While searching for fish, divers found the human remains of a woman and a car in a New Hampshire river.
So on Thursday, a team of divers conducted a follow-up search and found that the license plate on the vehicle matched the Alberta Leeman Pontiac and, according to investigators, it appears to have been located at this location since the disappearance of this then-63-year-old woman. years.
– New Hampshire State Police (@NH_StatePolice) August 6, 2021
Found in the Connecticut River not far from the Mount Orne Covered Bridge, the car that appeared to have been underwater for decades was placed upside down and half buried in the sand at the bottom of the creek. revealed CNN.
At this time, New Hampshire Police are still conducting a search, working with Vermont State Police, to determine the circumstances and how the vehicle ended up in the river. However, the agents specified that they have not yet identified with certainty the remains, also found at the site, such as those of Ms. Leeman, who has disappeared since July 25, 1978.