This woman has been missing since 1978… did divers just find her remains?

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This woman has been missing since 1978... did divers just find her remains?

A missing woman who has not been seen for more than four decades may finally have been found at the bottom of the Connecticut River, authorities say.

New Hampshire State Police say the recently-discovered vehicle that housed the human remains likely belonged to Alberta Leeman, who went missing when she was 63 years old.

“The vehicle that was found yesterday is a 1972 Pontiac LeMans with a license plate of OB610, which is the license plate that was registered to Ms. Leeman at that time,” an official said. 

Divers discovered the vehicle upside-down, and covered in layers of sediment, in the Connecticut River. 

Officials want to know how the car, and the driver, wound up beneath 14 feet of water. 

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