For Immediate Release
October 25, 2013
Benjamin J. Agati, Assistant Attorney General
New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster and Chief David J. Mara report that they are continuing to investigate the homicide of Lynne Brennan of Manchester. A little over three years ago, Lynne Brennan was found dead inside her North End apartment on October 11, 2010. Lynne Brennan was 53 years old at the time of her death.
Both the Office of the Attorney General and the Manchester Police Department continue to investigate this matter, and are asking for the public's help. Lynne Brennan was last seen in public on October 4, 2010, buying sundry items at Bunny's Superette at 75 Webster Street in Manchester around 3:29 PM. At that time she was wearing a white, long-sleeve button-up sweater, black stretch pants, light colored shoes, and carrying a large black purse. It is believed Lynne was killed sometime before Sunday October 10th even though she was not discovered deceased until October 11th.
While investigators continue to examine leads generated to date, they encourage anyone with information concerning this homicide to call the Manchester Police Department. Anyone who saw Lynne Brennan at Bunny's Superette on October 4th, or anyone who had contact with her between October 4th and October 11th, 2010, should call the Manchester Police Department at (603) 668-8711, or the Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.
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