Columbia Murder Victim’s Family To Offer Reward To Help Find His Killer

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COLUMBIA – State Police are continuing to seek the public’s assistance with any information relating to the death of David Oldham.

Mr. Oldham’s body was found at his residence at 926 U.S. Route 3 in Columbia, New Hampshire, on July 1, 2015.  Oldham’s death was ruled to be a homicide due to a gunshot wound to the head.

To date, numerous leads and tips have been received and reviewed. Nonetheless, the public’s help is still needed in this investigation. Anyone who may have knowledge of any circumstances surrounding David Oldham’s death is urged to contact the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit at (603) 223-3856 or the New Hampshire State Police Tipline at (603) 223-4381.

In addition, members of David Oldham’s family have announced that they will be holding a press conference on Friday, June 30, 2017 at 10 a.m. at the State Police Headquarters at 33 Hazen Drive in Concord to announce their offering of a reward for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of the individual or individuals responsible for Oldham’s death. Questions regarding this news release should be directed to Senior Assistant Attorney General Peter Hinckley at (603) 271-1209.

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