Vermont Police Take Into Custody Person Of Interest In Unsolved New Hampshire Couple’s Murders
Authorities said a man from Utah taken into custody on a fugitive of justice charge in Vermont is a person of interest in the case of a couple killed while hiking in New Hampshire.
On Oct. 12, New Hampshire detectives notified police in Vermont that Logan Clegg, 26,was walking on a road in South Burlington.
Officers in Vermont located Clegg at a local library and arrested him in connection with a 2021 felony possession of stolen property charge, Mass Live reported.
Djeswende Reid, 66, and 67-year-old Stephen Reid were reported missing after they failed to return from a hike on the Broken Ground Trails near their apartment complex in Concord, New Hampshire, on April 20.
The following day, the couple's bodies were found on the trail. Both had been shot to death.
Clegg was being held at the Northwest State Correctional Facility in Swanton, Vermont.
Authorities emphasized that Clegg is only a person of interest in the case and not a suspect.
“No one has been arrested and charged in connection with the homicides,” New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella and Concord, N.H. Police Chief Bradley Osgood said in a joint statement on Oct. 14. “The investigation is ongoing and additional information will be released as it becomes available, while protecting the integrity of the investigation.”
According to the two officials, authorities located Clegg as the result of “significant investigative efforts by the Concord Police Department.”
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