Three people are facing charges in Colebrook for allegedly digging up the body of a rich relative who died ten years ago, looking for a will. In May, the vault containing the remains of well-known businessman Edward Nash at a North Country cemetery was smashed and the casket was forced open. Police say Nash’s daughter, Melanie Lynch is one of the three people charged with grave desecration. The other two helped pull the casket out of the ground, after Lynch told them her father was buried with the real will. Nothing of value was found in the grave. Nash has been reburied at a cost of thousands of dollars.