• Information sought about Manchester woman who disappeared 35 years ago


    MANCHESTER, NH - New Hampshire police are asking for help in cracking the case of a woman who went missing more than 35 years ago.

    Denise Beaudin was 23 years old when she went missing in 1981. Her family told police that Denise and her boyfriend, Robert "Bob" Evans, had spent Thanksgiving with family members in Goffstown On November 26.

    When Denise's family went to visit her at her Manchester home one week later, Denise and Bob were nowhere to be found. Denise's family said that Denise and Bob had been having financial difficulties at the time, so the family assumed the couple had left to avoid those issues. Neither Denise nor Bob have been seen or heard from since.

    Denise had an infant daughter at the time of her disappearance. The daughter did not go missing.

    Police say that, based on new information, a missing person report has been generated and Denise has been placed into the National Crime Information Center as a missing person. No further information about the case was immediately released.

    Police are calling on anyone who knew Denise or Bob from 1976 to their disappearance in 1981 to contact authorities. This includes people from Denise's high school graduating class, neighbors in the Hayward Street area of Manchester during 1980 and 1981, and anyone else who may have known Denise or Bob.

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