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Police remain at Belmont home 9 hours after medical 911 call received

BELMONT — At 4 p.m. yesterday, police were still at the scene of an apparent investigation at 7 Northbrook Road. They arrived on the scene, some nine hours earlier in response to a medical call at 4:45 a.m.

Lt. Richard Mann said some people who were in the home called 9-1-1 and reported that there was a medical emergency. When police and fire arrived, they found someone performing CPR on a unnamed 23-year-old male.

Emergency personnel took over and the man was taken to Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia His whereabouts now is unknown but Mann said he is still alive.

Mann said there were five people in the mobile home and all of them agreed to be interviewed by police to see if there had been any criminal activity. He said none of them appeared to be intoxicated and none of them are facing any charges.

He said the unidentified man was a Belmont native but beyond that he declined to comment. Mann said he believes the man was an occasional resident of the home but said actual resident of the property has been hospitalized recently for illness.

Belmont detectives wearing white protective gear could be seen coming in and out of the mobile home and depositing things in a police vehicle. Mann said the apparent search was the result of a search warrant obtained by police earlier in the day.

The door to the home was blocked by crime scene tape and the outside of the home was strewn with what appeared to be children's toys. Mann said there were no children in the home when police and firefighters arrived.

Samantha Hall said she lives in the same mobile home park and said the people who live at 7 Northbrook Road have lived there for a few months.

She said she has seen cars come to the home. "Sometimes they're the same cars and sometimes they're different," she said.

Hall said she has a job, often works in the evenings, and doesn't know the people who live there.

 
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