October 23, 2006
Dog teams hunt for missing student
Specially trained dogs searched over the weekend for a student from University of Massachusetts at Amherst who disappeared in February 2004 after crashing her car on Route 112. But the cadaver-sniffing dogs failed to find Maura Murray. Donations helped pay for the search by volunteer dog handlers in the Woodsville area. Private investigators also have been working on the case of the 22-year-old Hanson, Mass., woman. Don Nason of the New Hampshire League of Investigators said the dogs picked up some scents, but nothing conclusive.
Unknown Publication, cited as the Boston Globe, with variations
Search dogs fail to find Maura Murray, missing 2 years
HAVERHILL, N.H. --Specially trained dogs searched over the weekend for a college student in the area where she disappeared after crashing her car in Haverhill (New Hampshire).
But the cadaver-sniffing dogs failed to find Maura Murray, who was last seen near the crash site on Route 112 two-and-a-half years ago.