MANCHESTER, NH (AP) — New Hampshire police have arrested a suspect in the Friday death of a 75-year-old man who was stabbed on a recreational trail in Manchester.
At around 10.30am on Friday, Manchester Police said they received a 911 call for an adult male suffering from stab wounds on a footpath at the west end of Nutt Pond.
Police responding to the call found a 75-year-old man apparently stabbed. He received emergency medical treatment and was pronounced dead at the scene, investigators said.
Police arrested Raymond Moore, 40, previously of Forest, Mississippi, and charged him with one count of second-degree murder for recklessly causing death by stabbing the victim with a knife. Moore has no known current address, police said.
Moore is due to stand trial in Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester on Tuesday.
Investigators said they are withholding the victim’s name pending next of kin notification and an autopsy.
Police said there was no continuing threat to the public.