Doctor's wife found dead inside Bedford, NH home
BEDFORD, N.H. (WHDH) -- A doctor’s wife was found dead in a New Hampshire home, just months after she and her husband were the victims of a home invasion.
The state police major crime unit was at Kensington Lane in Bedford, N.H. Tuesday looking for clues following the grim discovery of Eliot Hospital anesthesiologist Dr. Eduardo Quesada and his wife. They were found in Dr. Quesada’s mother’s house. He was unconscious, his wife was dead.
Police said there was no forced entry into the home and no signs of trauma. They did find a significant amount of prescription medications at the scene.
“It’s very sad, very, very sad,” said Janice Bullock, a concerned neighbor. “When you start to speculate in your mind what probably has been going on, it’s sad.”
In November, police responded to the Quesada’s million dollar home on Proclamation Court in Bedford following what appeared to be a violent home invasion. The couple suffered serious injuries. Their 3-year-old daughter was in the house at the time, but wasn’t hurt.
“It’s very confusing because you don’t know what the connection is between the supposed home invasion back in November,” said Barbara Lecaroz, a concerned neighbor.
Investigators, including Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young, were seen coming and going from police headquarters, but had no comment on the incident.
There is no word on the doctor’s condition or his wife’s cause of death.