Police are still investigating the deaths of a New Hampshire couple whose bodies were found in a wooded area in Concord. Autopsies determined that Stephen Reid, 67, and his wife Djeswende (De Wendy) Reid, 66, died of multiple gunshot wounds and the manner of deaths was homicide. The Reids left their home in an apartment complex Monday afternoon and went for a walk that led them to the area of the Broken Ground Trails, officials said. Family and friends did not see or hear from them after that, authorities said. Their bodies were discovered Thursday evening in the area of Broken Ground Trails, police said. Anyone who saw them Monday or knows anything about their disappearance is asked to contact the Concord Police Department. Police are also asking anyone in the area who has a video surveillance system to review the footage. The family described them as caring and supportive and that they had moved back to the husband’s hometown of Concord “to enjoy a well-deserved retirement.” Stephen served in the Peace Corps in West Africa right after college: “He met his future wife and soulmate Wendy, who was from West Africa, while she was studying in Washington D.C. The couple had returned to live in Concord three years ago. Authorities asked that anyone who has a home or business video surveillance system where the Reids walked to please review the recordings to see if the couple were captured on video.