MANCHESTER, NH — Autopsy results in the Sept. 7 shooting death of Justin Lee, 32, of Manchester, have been released by NH Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and Manchester Police Chief Carlo Capano.
On September 8, 2018, an autopsy was performed on Justin Lee by Chief Medical Examiner Jennie V. Duval. Dr. Duval determined the cause of death to be a single gunshot wound to the chest and the manner of death is homicide.
Manchester Police officers found Justin Lee suffering from a gunshot wound in the area of Hanover and Lincoln streets just before 11 a.m. on September 7, 2018. Lee was transported to Elliott Hospital where he later died. A warrant has been issued for Paul Dimick for the murder of Justin Lee.
Dimick remains at large.
On Sept. 10 police were out in force, following leads and searching several residences in the city, including 340 Hanover Street. Lt. Brian O’Keefe said Dimick was not found at the Hanover Street address, and that they would continue to follow up on all tips.
Below: Some footage on Monday’s police presence on Hanover Street via ManchesterInkLink.com Facebook live.
Dimick is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Paul Dimick should contact Det. Michael Lavallee, (603)792-5514, or Det. Sgt. Christopher Biron, (603)792-5545, of the Manchester Police Department. Persons with information can also call the Manchester Police Department main line at (603) 668-8711.
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