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Police Still Looking Into Disappearance 13 Years Later


Posted: Mar 18, 2017 4:52 PM EDT


http://www.wcax.com/story/34945949/p...13-years-later


MONTGOMERY, Vt. (AP) - Vermont State Police investigators say they're still looking into active leads that could
solve the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl last seen 13 years ago.


Brianna Maitland disappeared from Montgomery, Vermont, on March 19, 2004.


She was last seen at the Black Lantern Inn, where she worked.


Police say they believe Maitland was the victim of a crime.


Maitland's family continues to offer $20,000 for information.


They offer $10,000 for anyone who can identify where Maitland is and $10,000 for anyone with information
that leads to the arrest of someone responsible for her disappearance. The reward expires in July.


The Vermont State Police is also offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction
of the responsible person.


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Friends & Family Hold Vigil For Brianna Maitland


Posted: Mar 19, 2017 10:54 PM EST Updated: Mar 19, 2017 10:54 PM EST


By Priscilla Liguori


http://www.wcax.com/story/34950207/f...ianna-maitland


ENOSBURGH FALLS, Vt.


It's been exactly thirteen years since Brianna Maitland went missing.


Sunday she was remembered with a candle light vigil in Enosburg Falls.


Maitland was last seen in Montgomery when she left work at the Black Lantern Inn.


Police believe she was a victim of foul play.


Loved ones at the vigil say they are not losing hope -- they want to bring Brianna home.


"Very heartbreaking. We thought this would be over by now, and we just haven't come up with anything solid," said Mark Harper, a private Investigator active in Maitland's Case.


"I wish there was more that we can do to search for her, and as of now all we can do is keep the voice of her story as much as we can, and by having her vigil, that's one thing that we're trying to do, and we always hope that she will be found," said Kira Trombley, Maitland's Friend.


Investigators say they will start searching again in the spring and plan to keep expanding their search grounds until they find Maitland.


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