Grave Desecration In Colebrook

by Cooper on June 12, 2014

in News

 

 

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.

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