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CHESTER, N.H.

Police search for missing UNH student

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Police are searching for a missing University of New Hampshire student. Police said 19-year-old Elizabeth J. Marriott of Chester, who is a commuter student at UNH, has been missing since Tuesday night. The last known communication from Marriott was a text message she sent to a friend while in class at UNH in Durham shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday. Fosters Daily Democrat reported that Marriott was driving a 2001 tan Mazda Tribute with a New Hampshire license plate displaying 3045397. She is described as being 5 foot 5 and about 130 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes.

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