Judith Chartier Missing – Judith Chartier is Still Missing from Chelmsford

Judith Chartier Missing – Authorities have made a significant find on account of a missing young person from almost 40 years prior.

The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday that agents recuperated a vehicle from the Concord River that has been emphatically recognized as the 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger that was driven by 17-year-old Judith Chartier, of Chelmsford, when she vanished on June 5, 1982.

As a component of a continuous examination, the Massachusetts State Police Dive Team and regular citizen jumpers found huge bits of a vehicle in the waterway. Through a match of the vehicle distinguishing proof number (VIN), those pieces were affirmed to be from Chartier’s vehicle.

On June 5, 1982, Chartier disappeared subsequent to leaving a party in Billerica. Companions announced that Chariter was most recently seen around 2 a.m., and she has not been seen since.

“This is an exceptionally critical improvement for this situation and we are as yet handling the vehicle for any extra proof,” Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said in an assertion. “Unfortunately, this revelation comes after almost forty disastrous long periods of Judith’s loved ones missing her and pondering with regards to what happened that day. We are focused on proceeding with the quest for those replies.”

The examination concerning Chartier’s vanishing is being directed by Ryan’s Cold Case Unit, Billerica police, Chelmsford police, Massachusetts State Police criminal investigators allocated to Ryan’s Office and the MSP Dive Team.

Ryan’s office stretched out on account of Bruce Stebbins and Hans Hug of Sonar Search and Recovery, regular citizen specialists who used Edgetech Sonar System to find the vehicle and whose help was “basic to the examination.”

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