December 12, 2017
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Vigil held in Maine for NH woman missing from I-95

The Associated Press

PORTLAND, Maine — Family and friends of a New Hampshire woman who has been missing since her car was found on Interstate 95 in Maine are hoping a candlelight vigil will help find her.

On Sunday night, people gathered in Portland’s Monument Square to highlight the search for 29-year-old Sarah Rogers of Barrington, N.H.

Rogers’ car was found in the median of the Interstate on Dec. 13 with the keys in the ignition. Her cell phone and other belongings were in the car.

Police believe she may have been picked up by a passer-by.

Rogers is married and the mother of a 2-year-old boy.

Her father says she has wandered off before, but never for so long.


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