Search Continues for Charlestown Woman
Charlestown — New Hampshire State Police are still searching for a Charlestown woman who went missing on Thursday.
New Hampshire Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell said yesterday afternoon that she had no new information regarding the search for 42-year-old Kelly Robarge.
Robarge was last seen just before noon on Thursday at her home at 124 Happy Acres Road, and Charlestown Police were notified of her disappearance at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Morrell called Robarge’s disappearance suspicious and said she fears that Robarge is injured or dead.
On Friday, a white barricade blocked Happy Acres Road, which is about four miles south of downtown Claremont. Members of New Hampshire Fish and Game entered the woods around Robarge’s house with dogs on Friday afternoon. The State Police Major Crime Unit is conducting a forensic search of Robarge’s property and a Major Crime Unit vehicle was parked behind the Claremont Police Station on Friday afternoon.
Anyone with information about Robarge’s disappearance is asked to call state police at 603-271-3636.