MANCHESTER, N.H. — Authorities plan to release details about the 1981 disappearance of a Manchester woman and its connection to a case involving the remains of four people found in barrels in Allenstown, the Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday morning.
Representatives from the Attorney General’s Office and Manchester police will hold a news conference Thursday morning about the cases and their connections to a California murder case.
Authorities said that they will discuss recent efforts to find Denise Beaudin, who went missing from Manchester in the fall of 1981 but was not reported missing until new information surfaced late last year.
The Beaudin search is connected to a cold case in Allenstown, authorities said. The bodies of a woman and three girls were found in metal drums in the town in 1985 and 2000.
Both cases are connected to a murder case in California, authorities said. They did not elaborate on the specifics of that case.