New search for clues in disappearance of Maura Murray

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A company that uses radar to scan for disturbances in soil is helping with the 14-year-old case of a woman who crashed her car on a rural road in northern New Hampshire and then disappeared.

According to WMUR-TV, a crew from GB Geotechnics of New York scanned a property Sunday on the Bath-Woodsville line where a trailer once stood.

Maura Murray, 21, was a nursing student at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. On February 9, 2004, she left campus and drove into New Hampshire. She was last seen along Route 112 in North Haverhill. She had crashed her car, which was later found.

A prior owner was reluctant to have the area searched. The goal was to look for any disturbances in the soil, according to the report.

It wasn’t immediately known if anything was found.

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