Police in New Hampshire have not named a suspect after a couple was found shot to death on a walking trail several days after they went missing.

The bodies of Stephen Reid, 67, and Djeswende Reid, 66, were discovered Thursday along the Broken Ground Trails with multiple gunshot wounds. Their deaths have been ruled a homicide, and police are unsure of the motive.

“Anyone who saw the Reids that Monday afternoon, anyone walking on those trails, anyone who has any information related to their disappearance or deaths are asked to contact the Concord Police Department,” Geoffrey Ward, the senior assistant attorney general, said during a press conference.

Officials are aware that the couple left their Alton Woods apartment before 2:30 p.m. local time “for a walk that led them to the area of the Broken Ground Trails. Family and friends did not see or hear from them after that.”

Easter Sunday was the last time the Reids were seen by loved ones. Family members last spoke to the couple on Monday and reported them missing on Wednesday when they failed to show up at a weekly tennis match.

The Concord area of New Hampshire is considered to be “one of the safest cities in the safest states,” according to Concord Police Chief Bradley Osgood.

Crime statistics from the Concord Police Department show the city reported a total of eight murders between 2016 to 2020.

“We have no specific information that would lead us to believe that the public in general is at any risk,” Ward said. “That being said, be vigilant. Take your normal daily precautions. The Concord police will continue to be vigilant with patrols.”

Investigators are asking anyone with homes or businesses near the walking trails to review their surveillance recordings to see if the Reids were captured on video.

The investigation remains ongoing.

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Representational image of a crime scene. Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images