MANCHESTER, NH — The NH Attorney General’s office has announced that a search by police and other law enforcement agencies will be taking place inside a home at 925 Hayward St. on Jan. 17, related to the disappearance of Denise Beaudin, last seen in 1981.
Beaudin and her boyfriend, Robert “Bob” Evans, resided at that address when she vanished.
She was 23 when she was last seen by her family. Denise and Evans spent Thanksgiving at her family home in Goffstown on November 26, 1981. Neither Denise nor Bob mentioned that they were leaving the area at that time. Less than a week later, on December 1, 1981, Denise’s family went to visit her at her home in Manchester. When they arrived at Denise’s home at 925 Hayward St., neither Denise nor her boyfriend Bob were there.
At the time, Denise and Bob were having financial difficulties, so Denise’s family assumed the couple left to avoid those issues. That was the last time she was seen alive.
Authorities say the search could take several days. Residents should know that a section of Hayward Street from Cypress Street to Foster Avenue is expected to be closed off to traffic with assistance from personnel from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.