MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CBS) –Authorities set out for the second day of investigating a wooded area in Manchester, New Hampshire close to where Denise Ann Daneault lived before she disappeared 37 years ago.
Daneault, 25, a divorced mother of two children, disappeared on June 8, 1980, after she went out socializing. She was living on Hayward Street in Manchester at the time.READ MORE: Boston Store Owners, Vendors Cash In On Small Business Saturday
The FBI has been assisting New Hampshire State Police and Manchester Police search for any trace of Daneault after receiving a tip about the area.
People living near the search site hope police make progress.READ MORE: Patriots Plane Flies UNH Men's Soccer Team To NCAA Tournament Game In Oregon
“Just not knowing is the thing,” said one man. “Not knowing is where that would drive me a little crazy not knowing what happened to my family member, my mother, my sister, whoever it may be, and then after 37 tears all of a sudden they get a tip they might be able to find out where she is it must be heart-wrenching for the family.”
A woman said, “I hope they figure everything out and find the body and figure out whoever did it and get him off the streets.”MORE NEWS: BC Falls To #18 Wake Forest 41-10 In Regular Season Finale
Investigators confirmed they are planning to search the area near the Goffstown line again on Monday and potentially into the middle of the week.