UNITY, N.H. (CBS) — A body found in Unity on Saturday is believed to be the remains of Kelly Robarge of Charlestown, the N.H. Attorney General’s office reported.
N.H. Fish and Game officials and New England K-9 Search and Rescue found the body in a wooded area off Britton Road. An autopsy is expected to be performed on Sunday, Attorney General Joseph A. Foster said in a prepared statement.
Robarge was last seen June 27 and has had no communication with family and friends since that time. An investigation revealed that the circumstances surrounding the Charlestown woman’s disappearance were suspicious. Early in the investigation, law enforcement officials expressed concern she had suffered serious physical injury or death.
Several law enforcement agencies have been involved in the search for Robarge, including New Hampshire Fish and Game Search and Rescue and Dive Search teams, the Charlestown Police Department, the Claremont Police Department, N.H. State Police, Vermont State Police, the FBI, N.H. Marine Patrol, the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department, and New England K-9 Search and Rescue.