Missing Since: February 9, 2004
Born:  May 4, 1982
Gender: Female
Race: Caucasian
Height: 67 inches
Weight: 120 pounds
Hair Type: Curly
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue-Green
Clothing: Possibly wearing a dark colored
coat and jeans, carrying a black backpack,
Samsung/Sprint Cell phone.
NCIC ID#: M-883793945
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603-271-2663 or 603-271-1255

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Although the problem of missing persons and unidentified
human remains in this country has existed for a long time,
significant progress has been made in recent years. In 2003, the
DNA Initiative was launched. The Office of Justice Program's
(OJP) National Institute of Justice (NIJ) began funding major
efforts to maximize the use of DNA technology in our criminal
justice system.
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A decade lost and the spotlight
gone, a father searches for his
daughter
By JEREMY BLACKMAN
Monitor staff
Sunday, March 31, 2013
(Published in print: Sunday, March 31, 2013)
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Fred Murray is running out of options.

Nine years ago, his 21-year-old daughter, Maura,
vanished from a dark, snowy stretch of Route 112 in
Haverhill. It happened in an instant: One minute the
Massachusetts college student was spotted near
a crashed, crumpled black Saturn sedan; a few
minutes later, when a local police officer arrived on
the scene, she was gone.