Who was Sinead Lyons?
Sinead Lyons was the missing Massachusetts woman whose body has been pulled from a New Hampshire lake just a few feet from where she was last seen walking her dog two weeks ago. She had been missing since March 12 when she was seen walking her dog around Ossipee Lake.
Authorities believe she likely fell through the ice.
How old was Sinead Lyons?
Sinead Lyons was 41 years old at the time of death.
Update: Sinead Lyons Missing
Lyons was later seen walking Flossy along the shore of Ossipee Lake as the ice deteriorated on a warm day, outlets reported.
‘She was doing exactly what we believed she was doing, walking along the edge of this pressure ridge, and she then went through the ice at some point or on the edge maybe of where the Bear River comes into Lake Ossipee,’ Fish and Game Capt. Michael Eastman told WMUR.
‘I would say that’s probably where she went into the water.’
Sinead Lyons Lowell, Ma
Family members have since flown in from Ireland – where Lyons was originally from Ireland, WMUR reported.
Sinead Lyons Update
The day Lyons went missing she told her friend Kristin Haralabatos that she was going to visit her boyfriend in Ossipee and would pick up her dog, a German shepherd, to go for a walk, WBZ reported. ‘She was going to pick up her dog, Flossy,’ Haralabatos said.
‘And then when she was leaving, she told the guy that she was going to Google woods or paths around there.
Search underway for Mass. woman who vanished while on walk with dog.
Sinead Lyons was last seen on or around March 10, taking a stroll with her German Shepherd. Her family reported her missing and her car was discovered abandoned near Ossipee Lake.https://t.co/g8FRygbWBs
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) March 20, 2021
Sinead Lyons Found
Sinead’s body was found around 2.20 pm on Friday by a dive team with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department using sonar in water 12 feet deep just steps from where she was last seen, the agency said in a press release.
Lyons’ body has since been identified by the New Hampshire Medical Examiner, the New Hampshire State Police said in a statement.
‘The New Hampshire State Police would like to thank the public for providing information leading to her discovery and to our partners in public safety who assisted in several coordinated searches,’ the statement reads.
Sinead Lyons Dog
‘She was going to pick up her dog, Flossy,’ Haralabatos said.