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Laura Mackenzie Missing Person Report

BREAKING NEWS - LAURA MACKENZIE, 

MISSING SINCE MARCH 8th - 

FOUND  SAFE !! 

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Missing Since - 3/08/06

Age - 18

Gender - Female 

Race - White

Height - 5' 4"

Hair Color - Brown

Eye Color - Blue

Details - Laura left her home about 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8, telling family she was getting an oil change on her 1995 black Volkswagen Golf, said Goffstown police Capt. Glenn DuBois.

“It appears that she consciously decided to leave and not make her whereabouts known,” DuBois said. Because MacKenzie is an adult, she cannot be classified a runaway, he said.

DuBois said the missing person investigation continues and there is no indication MacKenzie met with foul play. She had “limited funds” when she disappeared.

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ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH, Fla. -- A Goffstown teenager missing since March was found Monday working in a restaurant in Florida.

Police said that Laura Mackenzie, 18, was taken into custody Monday on an outstanding warrant for shoplifting. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department said it received a tip earlier in the morning from someone who saw Mackenzie's story on TV. Police discovered her vehicle in St. Augustine Beach and later took Mackenzie into custody.

"It's one of the happiest days of my life," said her brother, Evan Mackenzie. "I was really, really glad to hear it."

He said that their mother was overjoyed to hear the news.

"She was almost laughing and crying at the same time," he said. "And once I heard it, it put a big smile on my face."

Laura Mackenzie was reported missing after she left for Goffstown High School on March 8. Police said at the time that there were signs that she might have run away. She was due in court that day on the shoplifting charge.

"We're very relived that she's alive and well, and her family is very relieved that she's alive and well," Hillsborough County Sheriff James Hardy said. "And we'll get her back up here to New Hampshire and hopefully get her problems resolved, and she can go on with her life."

Mackenzie is scheduled to face a judge in Florida on Tuesday before she is extradited to New Hampshire.

Information from: WMUR-TV, http://wmur.com


Goffstown teen’s family offers reward

Friday, Apr. 7, 2006 


Goffstown There were tears, prayers, and moments of silence during a vigil at Goffstown High School last night when community members paused to light a candle for Laura Mackenzie, the 18-year-old athlete and honor student who has been missing for nearly four weeks. 

In my mind, I see her everywhere, said her mother, Enid Mackenzie. I just want to hear her voice again.

For the first time since Mackenzie’s disappearance, her family announced that they would begin offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to her safe return, according to family spokesperson H.A. Schade. 

Mackenzie has not been seen since March 8 when her parents say she left home in her car to get an oil change. 

Since the day Laura left us it’s as if the sun never shines, said her mother. It reminds me of a solar eclipse. 

Police say they have posted pictures of Mackenzie throughout the Greater Manchester area and in New Jersey and Florida where she has family and friends. She is described as being 5-feet ,4-inches tall, with blue eyes and brown hair. She was last seen driving a 1995 black, four-door Volkswagen Golf with a U.S. Marines sticker on the rear. The New Hampshire license plate is 211 0126. 

Despite Mackenzie’s status as an adult, her name has been turned over to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to Dubois, who said that MacKenzie’s case fell under a special clause in which the center can work to locate 18 to 21-year olds. 

We are really doing everything we can on this one, said Dubois, who added that the FBI has become involved in the search. 

Mackenzie’s family has also started a web site dedicated to finding her: findlaura.org. On the site, Mackenzie’s family and friends have written letters pleading for her to return home or to at least call. 

Last night at the vigil, Mackenzie’s brother Craig sent a message to his sister. 

My message to Laura is: I know you are running from problems in your life, he said. But you have so much to look forward to when you come back home; you have family and friends that love you. When you come home, it will be the happiest day of my life.

Anyone with information regarding Mackenzie’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Goffstown, N.H. Police Department at 603-497-4858 or send an email to find-laura@hotmail.com. Donations may be sent to the Find Laura Mackenzie Fund (checks payable to) at P.O. Box 862, Amherst, N.H. 03031-0862. 


 

Parents seek missing daughter
March 21, 2006

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. --The family of a teenage daughter missing for two weeks is asking for the public's help to find her.

Bill Mackenzie said his daughter, Laura, an 18-year-old senior honor student at Goffstown High School, left home in her car for school on March 8 and since then there have been no calls or e-mails from her.

"We just hope she's safe and that no one is keeping her against her will and that she's able to call home," said her mother, Enid Mackenzie.

The parents have posted fliers around town and police have interviewed her family and friends. They said there has been no activity on her bank card and she apparently was not carrying a cell phone.

The Mackenzies said times have been tough for Laura with the recent death of a grandmother and a brother soon heading to Iraq.

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. -- Family and friends of a Goffstown teenager missing for almost two weeks are asking for the public's help in finding her.

Laura Mackenzie, 18, has not been seen since March 8.

"That's your prayer, that she'll just walk through the door," said her father, Bill Mackenzie.

Bill Mackenzie said that his daughter, a senior honor student at Goffstown High School, left home in her car for school almost two weeks ago. Her parents have not had any calls or e-mails from her. 


"We just hope she's safe and that no one is keeping her against her will and that she's able to call home," said her mother, Enid Mackenzie.

Laura's parents have posted fliers across town, and police have interviewed her family and close friends. They said that she left no tracks, there has been no activity on her bankcard, and she apparently was not carrying a cell phone.

"Right now, we're looking at it as a conscious effort by the young lady to leave," Capt. Glenn Dubois said. "We haven't ruled anything out."

The Mackenzies said that times have been tough for Laura lately. Her grandmother recently passed away, and a brother is heading to Iraq.

"We will help her whatever way we can," her father said. "There's nothing in life that can be so bad that you have to run from it."

"We just want her home in our arms, just safe," her mother said. "She's just a big part of our lives."

The First Baptist Church in Amherst, N.H., is holding a prayer and support meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. The church has set up a Web site to help with the search -- www.findlaura.org.

Laura Mackenzie is 5 feet 4 inches tall with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen driving a 1995 black four-door Volkswagen Golf with New Hampshire plates and two stickers on the back of the car -- a Marine sticker and a green national flag of Wales sticker.

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 If you have any information, please call the Goffstown, NH Police Dept. 603-497-4858 or
send an email to
find-laura@hotmail.com

Wednesday, Mar. 22, 2006 

Today marks the 14th day that Laura MacKenzie a bright, athletic Goffstown High School senior has dropped out of sight, worrying friends and family who are doing everything possible to find her. 

A prayer service was held last night at the First Baptist Church of Amherst. A Web site is devoted to finding her. And her picture is posted throughout the greater Manchester area and in New Jersey and Florida, where family and friends live. 

She’s always been such a good girl, said her father, William MacKenzie. Laura, who is 18, and her three older brothers grew up in Goffstown. 

Laura is an honor-roll student who has been in the school drama club. She is a member of the school track team and an avid reader, spending much of her free time at the library and Barnes & Noble Booksellers. 


Her boyfriend, Tom Leo of Goffstown, knows nothing about her disappearance, MacKenzie said. 

Laura left her home about 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8, telling family she was getting an oil change on her 1995 black Volkswagen Golf, said Goffstown police Capt. Glenn DuBois. 

It appears that she consciously decided to leave and not make her whereabouts known, DuBois said. Because MacKenzie is an adult, she cannot be classified a runaway, he said. 

DuBois said the missing person investigation continues and there is no indication MacKenzie met with foul play. She had limited funds when she disappeared. 

Yesterday, MacKenzie’s brother, Lloyd, shipped out with his Marine reserve unit to Iraq. 

On the morning of her disappearance, Laura Mackenzie was due to appear in Manchester District Court on a felony shoplifting charge, court records show. The court issued an arrest warrant when she didn’t show up, a clerk said. 

Her father said the family didn’t know about the arrest until told by Goffstown police. 

If it was the smallest mistake I ever made, I’d be happy, MacKenzie said. I would just rather have the message be that we love her and are awaiting her return.