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Search to continue for body of UNH student

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New Hampshire’s marine patrol will work through the weekend searching for the body of a University of New Hampshire sophomore who disappeared Oct. 9. Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young, who heads the criminal bureau, said there are no plans to suspend the search for the body of Elizabeth ‘‘Lizzi’’ Marriott, 19, of Westborough, Mass. A 29-year-old UNH graduate was arrested Oct. 13 and charged with killing her, although prosecutors will not say what evidence led them to believe that she is dead.

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