Disappearance of Maura Murray

Disappearance Of Maura Murray

Maura Murray disappeared on February 9, 2004, after a one-car accident on New Hampshire Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire. Murray, a nursing student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, left campus on the afternoon of her disappearance after telling her professors and her work supervisor by e-mail that she was taking a week off because of a family emergency. Official investigators suggested that she may have wanted to disappear and initially considered her disappearance to be a standard missing persons case, but her family and friends believe that she was abducted and her father has been critical of state investigators. As of February 2013, nine years after her disappearance, there is no suspect and her whereabouts remain unknown.

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... Maura's case was compared in an episode of 20/20 to that of Brooke Wilberger who went missing within a few months of Maura's disappearance, and was later found ... Maura's case was one of those cited by proponents of a cold case unit for New Hampshire ...

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