CLINTON, Maine — Police in Barrington, N.H., have “not a clue at all” what happened to a woman who on Dec. 13 disappeared from a vehicle accident on Interstate 95 in Clinton, according to Barrington Officer Toby Perry.
Sarah Rogers, 29, of Barrington, N.H., hasn’t been seen since Dec. 13, nor have any of her financial accounts shown any activity, said Perry.
Several hours after her disappearance, a Maine State Police trooper found her blue Scion vehicle in the I-95 median strip in Clinton amid snowy conditions. Rogers apparently lost control of the vehicle while heading north. Footprints leading away from the car and disappearing in the southbound lane have led authorities to believe Rogers was picked up by a passing motorist.
Perry said he doesn’t know where Rogers was heading or under what circumstances she left Barrington, and neither does her family.
“We’ve heard absolutely nothing at all,” said Perry. “At this point we’re treating it as a missing-person case.”
Perry would not speculate on whether Rogers was running away or fell victim to foul play, but he did say that her husband and son “want to make sure she is safe.”
“If she doesn’t want to be found, she could call and let us know she’s safe, just so we can let her family know,” said Perry.
Rogers, who sometimes uses the alias “Marla Moon,” weighs about 110 pounds and has blond hair and hazel eyes. The car she was driving had Florida registration plates.
Anyone who saw or assisted Sarah Rogers on Dec. 13 is asked to call the Barrington, N.H., Police Department at 603-664-2700 or Maine State Police at 800-452-4664.