Our sincere thanks to those who gave up their holiday weekend!!
This past Friday and Saturday a group of licensed private investigators from NH, VT and MA, along with K-9 teams from as far as Connecticut searched wooded areas in Haverhill, NH in search of Maura Murray.
Maura went missing in February of 2004 after a minor automobile accident on Rte 112 and has not been seen since.
The family reached out to the Molly Bish Foundation a couple of years ago and since that time a group of private investigators has been working the case pro bono. This weekend's search was the third ground searched performed by the team for Maura's case.
As information was developed just three weeks prior to the search, our usually sources of housing for the teams was not available. Local private investigator Nanci Mahoney, who was not part of the Maura Murray Task Force, donated her townhouse and obtained her neighbor's townhouse to house all the K-9 teams and some of the investigators as well as providing a home made breakfast for all Saturday at 5:30am.
Shannon Door owners Tom and Tess Mulkern donated the Friday night meal for the teams. Betty Jane Newton donated a case of "Doggie Yogurt" for our K-9 partners and Starbucks Manager Kim Elliot donated the Saturday morning coffee.
Without the kindness of these people this weekend could not have happened.
On behalf of Maura's family, the Molly Bish Foundation, the K-9 teams and investigators I want to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of those who assisted us.