New Hampshire doctor and wife severely injured in home invasion, police investigate
Bedford, NH, United States (4E) – Officials have been thoroughly searching a New Hampshire mansion for possible clues after a violent home invasion Saturday that seriously injured a local doctor and his wife.
According to authorities, 52-year-old Dr. Eduardo Quesada and his wife Sonia were both hospitalized after the assault Saturday night.
The investigation team, consisting of the Bedford police, the Fedeal Bureau of Investigation and the Drug Enforcement Administration, said that the house is still an active crime scene as they continue to search for any evidence to the incident at the suburban Manchester home.
Chief John Bryfonski from the Bedford police revealed “The homeowners were obviously confronted by a person or persons of interest.”
Police claimed they are looking for a person of interest and investigators added they have some leads which they declined to reveal.
Dr. Quesada, a respected anesthesiologist at the Elliot Hospital Pain Management Center in Manchester, is being treated for serious injuries in the place where he works.
The attack happened Saturday night in the $1.4 million residence, which was up for sale. Quesada’s wife managed to escape to a neighbor’s house during the attack and someone alerted police.
Police who responded found the couple’s two-year old child unhurt, and no sign of interlopers.
Authorities did not reveal if anything had been stolen during the attack.