Renewed search in Maura Murray case, law enforcement to provide briefing

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Grafton County law enforcement officials are set to brief the media on the 15-year old case of missing college student Maura Murray.

At 3pm, the New Hampshire Attorney General and head of New Hampshire State Police will provide an update on Wednesday’s search of a single-family home located near Murray’s crash scene.

Murray was 21 years old when she went missing in February 2004 following a crash on Route 112 in Haverhill, NH.

The UMASS-Amherst College student disappeared after speaking to a private citizen at the crash scene.

When police arrived, she was not there.

Police say, one of the areas searched over the years included the single family home searched Wednesday.

“In cooperation with the current homeowners, the New Hampshire State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a further inspection of the home on April 3, 2019,” the press release from AG Gordon MacDonald reads.

We will provide updated information as it becomes available.

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