Sunday, September 18, 2022

The Disappearance and Murder of Denise Hart

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Denise Hart vanished at the age of 24 on January 25th, 2015. The young woman was staying with a friend in Sudbury, Vermont at the time of her disappearance, but she is originally from Hartford, Connecticut. According to her loved ones, Denise was very close with her family. She adored her young son and her siblings. She also spoke to her mother every single day. It was Denise's mother who ended up reporting Denise missing on January 27th, 2015.

After Denise was reported missing, her family members learned that the car she was driving had been found completely burned out on January 26th - a day after she was last seen. The vehicle was found on a bridge in Cornwall, Connecticut. Unfortunately, the discovery of the vehicle did not yield any more clues towards Denise's whereabouts. However, the fact that the car was completely burned out was inevitably suspicious. 

Months passed without any news about Denise's case. Then, on December 22nd, 2015, human remains were spotted in the Gap Road area of Goshen, Vermont. Two days later, those remains were identified as Denise Hart. She had been murdered - her death was determined to have been caused by a gunshot wound to the head

Denise's killer still remains unknown. In 2018, it was reported that investigators from the Vermont State Police Major Crime Unit had taken trips to both New York and Connecticut in pursuit of leads in the case. The detectives have identified persons of interest in the case, but no arrests have been made.

The friend that Denise was staying with at the time of her disappearance was investigated in the case. A podcaster interviewed this friend in 2021, and he denied involvement in Denise's disappearance and death. Some still speculate that he is involved, but at this time he has not been charged with anything related to Denise's case.

Denise's murder remains unsolved. If you have any information that could help finally solve the case, please submit a tip with the Vermont State Police. 

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