MANCHESTER, N.H. — It’s been two years since a New Hampshire woman was fatally shot in a Manchester neighborhood while she was out taking her regular Sunday evening walk.

The killing of 62-year-old Denise Robert on Aug. 30, 2015, remains unsolved.

Investigators say a reward of more than $40,000 has brought in some tips. No one has been arrested.

In May, a new team of investigators returned to the scene of the shooting with metal detectors, hoping to find the bullet that killed her. They are still committed to the case.

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