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One year after his daughter's perplexing disappearance in February 2004, Fred Murray tied a blue ribbon around a tree. 

Will the Internet find UMass. student who went missing in 2004 in western NH?

By 7 p.m, it was dark and Maura was zipping along on a black stretch of Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire. She took a shaky turn and crashed into a snow bank.

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