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FBI search of Concord River results in traffic disruption on Billerica Bridge


FBI officials conduct a search of the Concord River on Monday and warn of traffic disruptions on and around a bridge in Billerica, Massachusetts. The FBI’s Underwater Search and Evidence Response Team in New York is assisting with an FBI investigation in Boston, officials said. The team is searching for specific evidence in the Concord River as part of an ongoing investigation that requires the temporary closure of a lane on the River Street Bridge during active search hours. “We recognize the traffic disruptions this may cause and are working as quickly as possible to complete We appreciate the public’s patience as we conduct this important law enforcement activity,” the FBI said in a statement. officials said they were not looking for human remains and there was no associated threat to public safety.” We’ve seen them searching because we’re near the jail, so every once in a while something happens there and we’ve seen them searching, but not in large numbers and not recently,” said Diane Stanley, of Billerica .

FBI officials are conducting a search of the Concord River on Monday and are warning of traffic disruptions on and around a bridge in Billerica, Massachusetts.

The FBI’s Underwater Search and Evidence Response Team in New York is assisting with an FBI investigation in Boston, officials said.

The team is searching for specific evidence in the Concord River as part of an ongoing investigation that requires the temporary closure of a lane on the River Street Bridge during active search hours.

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“We recognize the traffic disruption this may cause and are working as quickly as possible to complete the operation. We appreciate the public’s patience as we conduct this important law enforcement activity,” the FBI said in a statement. a statement.

Officials said they were not looking for human remains and there were no associated threats to public safety.

“We’ve seen them searching because we’re near the jail so every once in a while something happens there and we’ve seen them searching but not in large numbers and not recently,” said Diane Stanley, of Billerica. .



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