GOFFSTOWN — Local and state law enforcement confirmed a 72-year-old resident of a mobile home park in town was a homicide victim who died from a single gunshot wound.
Sally A. Miller, 72, was found by Goffstown police officers Friday afternoon after they arrived at 66 Rachel Circle to perform a welfare check.
An autopsy done Saturday confirmed the cause of death.
Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young, State Police Col. Christopher J. Wagner and Goffstown Police Chief Robert Browne were asking for the public’s assistance with the case.
Anyone with information should contact state police detective Sgt. William Bright at 223-4381 or call the Major Crime Unit tip line at 628-8477.
State prosecutors did not give an address for the homicide scene, but there was crime scene tape, and investigators were seen going in and out of the Rachel Circle home.
The Goffstown online property database also designated Miller as the homeowner at that address in the park, which is reserved for those who are 55 years or older.
Officials said that more information would be released as it becomes available.