New Hampshire State Police Conduct Search in Relation to the Maura Murray Disappearance - Landaff, N.H.
Concord, N.H. - Attorney General John M. Formella and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Nathan Noyes announced Wednesday, July 13, 2022, that the New Hampshire State Police, with the assistance of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, are conducting a ground search of an area located off Route 112 in the towns of Landaff and Easton, New Hampshire, in connection with the investigation into the disappearance of Maura Murray. The search activity is not the result of new information in the case. Instead, it is part of an ongoing investigative process and will consist of a more extensive search of surrounding areas previously searched in a more limited fashion.
Due to the ongoing investigation, no additional information will be released at this time. Officials ask the public to respect the privacy of residents in the area and stay off their property during the search and as the investigation continues.
“My family is aware of the search efforts and are working closely with law enforcement at this time. We ask that the public not interfere with the investigation. We will share information as appropriate.” said Julie Murray, Maura’s Murray’s sister. “We are encouraged by the active efforts to find Maura and remain hopeful for a resolution.”
Anyone with information about Maura Murray is asked to call the New Hampshire Cold Case Unit at (603) 223-3648 or email them at Coldcaseunit@dos.nh.gov. Individuals can learn more about Maura and ongoing efforts to find her and bring her home at www.mauramurraymissing.org.