Body Found Friday In NH Lake Believed To Be Missing MA Woman Sinead Lyons

CARROLL COUNTY, NH. (THECOUNT) — Sinead Lyons, of Lowell, Massachusetts, who went missing while walking her dogs in New Hampshire on March 11, is believed to be a body found Friday in a Carroll County Lake.

A Fish and Game dive team discovered the body of a woman, believed to be Lyons, in Ossipee Lake in Ossipee, officials said Friday.

Fish and Game Col. Kevin Jordan said the body is believed to be 41-year-old Lyons.

State police said last week that a witness saw Lyons walking her dog along the shores of Ossipee Lake. Neither she nor her dog has been seen since. Her car was found March 15 in a parking lot near Ossipee Lake, reports WMUR.

Police have said they had no reason to suspect foul play and were treating the investigation as a missing-person case.

A cause of death was not provided.

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geo quick facts: Carroll County is a county in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. As of the 2010 census, the population was 47,818, making it the third-least populous county in New Hampshire. Its county seat is Ossipee. The county was created in 1840 and organized at Ossipee from towns removed from Strafford County – Wikipedia.

ME Man Brendan Louis Provencal ID’d As Victim In Sunday NH Fatal Motorcycle Crash

GRAFTON COUNTY, NH. (THECOUNT) — Brendan Louis Provencal, of Lisbon Falls, Maine, has been identified as the victim in a Sunday fatal single-motorcycle crash in Grafton County, New Hampshire.

Provencal, 29, was killed Sunday in a single-motorcycle crash near Ossipee.

According to reports, Provencal was operating a Ninja Motorcycle on AR-16 near Wentworth, when for unknown reasons, he lost control of the bike, crossed centerlines and exited the roadway on Sunday.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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Geo quick facts: Grafton County is a county in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. As of the 2010 census, the population was 89,118. Its county seat is North Haverhill, a village within the town of Haverhill. Until 1972, the county courthouse and other offices were in downtown Woodsville, a larger village within the town of Haverhill – Wikipedia.