The Northfield, New Hampshire Murders: New Research Underway

                Law enforcement will search the Tilton and Northfield areas on Saturday in connection with the ongoing investigation into the triple murders of a mother and her two sons.  Officials said Cassandra Sweeney, 25, and her two sons, Benjamin Sweeney, 4, and Mason Sweeney, 1, each died of their injuries.  Autopsies conducted by the chief medical examiner revealed that the modality of each death was homicide, and the New Hampshire State Attorney's Office said the New Hampshire State Police and other law enforcement agencies would be in Tilton and Northfield in the areas of Shaker Road, Laconia Road and Withersfield Road.  and Tilton Road and slope areas entering I-93.  The search for physical evidence is part of the investigation and not the result of new information in the case.  The Attorney General's office said the inspection did not pose any danger to the public, as officials asked the public to stay away from the property of the search area, allow investigators to complete their work, and urged the public to respect the privacy of residents in the area.  The bodies of Sweeney and her sons were discovered Wednesday in their home on Weathersfield Road.  Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Ward confirmed that officials believed there was no danger to the public and that the killings were not the result of a random event.  Ward said that while officials believe all parties to the case have been identified, “I didn't say we know who did it.” He said no arrests were made in the case, and no one was charged.  Sources told News 9 that Northfield and state police were called to the address just before 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday after someone reported several people.  People may have been injured.  When officers arrived, they found the bodies of Sweeney and her two sons.  A silver Ford F-150 was taken on a flatbed truck Thursday morning, but there was no word on why it was removed, K-9 units were also seen entering and exiting the house, and officers began searching for a wooded area near the house later in the day Ward said the investigation is active and ongoing, and a GoFundMe has been launched for the family to help with funeral expenses.
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                <strong class="dateline">Northfield, New Hampshire -</strong>                                           <p>Law enforcement will search areas of Tilton and Northfield on Saturday in connection with the ongoing investigation into the triple murders of a mother and her two sons.

Cassandra Sweeney, 25, and her two sons, Benjamin Sweeney, 4, and Mason Sweeney, 1, each died of one gunshot, officials said. Autopsies by the chief medical examiner revealed that the method of each death was murder.

The New Hampshire Attorney’s Office said New Hampshire State Police and other law enforcement agencies will be in Tilton and Northfield in the areas of Shaker Road, Laconia Road, Wethersfield Road, Tilton Road and the slope areas entering I-93.

The search for physical evidence is part of the investigation and not the result of new information in the case. The attorney general’s office said the inspection did not pose any danger to the public.

Officials demanded the public to stay away from the property of the search area, and allow the investigators to complete their work, and also demanded the public to respect the privacy of residents in the area.

The bodies of Sweeney and her sons were discovered Wednesday in their home on Weathersfield Road.

Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Ward stressed that officials believed there was no danger to the public and that the killings were not the result of a random event.

Ward said that while officials believe all sides in the case have been identified, “I didn’t say we knew who did it.”

He said no arrests were made in the case, and no charges were brought.

Sources told News 9 that Northfield and state police were called to the address shortly before 11:30 a.m. Wednesday after someone reported that several people were injured. When officers arrived, they found the bodies of Sweeney and her two sons.

A silver Ford F-150 was transported on a flatbed truck Thursday morning, but there was no word on why it was removed.

K-9 units were also seen entering and exiting the house, and officers began searching for a wooded area near the house later in the day.

Ward said the investigation is active and ongoing.

GoFundMe was launched for the family to help with funeral expenses.

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