Chelmsford Police have found bones from a home where a girl who disappeared in 1982 never to be seen again was last seen.
A two-day search at the 54 Gorham St. property revealed that "several bones" were being taken as evidence by Middlesex County District Attorney Gerard Leone's office according to the Lowell Sun.
The Sun report indicated that neither the District Attorney's office or the Chelmsford Police Department would confirm that the investigation is centering on Chartier's disappearance, stating that it was only a "evidentiary search."
Chartier, 17 years old at the time of her disappearance, was believed to have been last seen at 2 a.m. shortly after driving her then fiancee home from a party in Billerica.
Her disappearance is classfied as a "nonfamily abduction" according to websites that track missing "cold case" files such as the Charley Project.
Some neighbors who live in the area like Joanne Graziano were unsure about what was happening as the search was underway.
"“[Thursday] afternoon when I got home from work I did see the yellow tape around the yard," said Graziano to WHDH. "I didn't know what was going on."
CORRECTION 9:43 p.m., 8/13: Chartier lived at 70 Gorham St. at the time of the disappearance, she was last seen at 56 Gorham St.