Authorities say a recently discovered vehicle that's been submerged in the Connecticut River for decades may belong to a New Hampshire woman who went missing in 1978.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says the vehicle was recently found south of a covered bridge that connects Lancaster, New Hampshire, with Lunenburg, Vermont.
A Fish and Game dive team is actively searching the area around the vehicle. Human remains were found at the scene, state police said.
A preliminary investigation has revealed that the vehicle may belong to Alberta Leeman, of Gorham, New Hampshire, who disappeared in 1978. Her disappearance is not considered suspicious.
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Vermont State Police and other agencies are working on the case.