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N.H. police seek new warrant for wounded suspect

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Police are seeking a fugitive warrant for the New Hampshire man who shot himself in the head weeks after being charged with writing racist graffiti on the Concord homes of four African refugee families. Raymond Stevens of Pembroke remains at Massachusetts General Hospital recovering from what prosecutors say was a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Stevens was found in a Hopkinton cemetery on Nov. 7, his 43d birthday. The Merrimack County Attorney’s office filed an application Tuesday for a warrant to take Stevens into custody as a fugitive under indictment when he is released from the hospital Nov. 25.

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