It's been 3 years since Brianna Maitland disappeared and there is still no sign of the Montgomery teen.
The 17-year old was last seen leaving her job in Montgomery on March 19, 2004. Her car was found the next day -- near an abandoned farm house. Someone thought they spotted Maitland with two men last year in Atlantic City, but that was never confirmed. Police say they continue to follow leads. But the investigation becomes more difficult as more time passes.
"We continue to track down any and all leads that come to us. Some of those leads have indicated she is no longer alive. But I want to emphasize that we've yet to verify that information. So, at this point, we're treating this as a missing person's case until we verify otherwise," says Lt. Glenn Hall of the Vermont State Police.
A vigil for Brianna Maitland will be held Monday night at the Enosburg Town Green.
Friday, April 18 2014 1:59 PM EDT2014-04-18 17:59:13 GMT
Vt. State Police say a small plane has crashed on Interstate 89 north in Highgate. A state airport official confirms that a single-engine aerobatic plane was in the vicinity of the Franklin County StateMore >>
Officials say a single-engine aerobatic plane was practicing when its engine failed. The pilot parachuted to safety.More >>
Friday, April 18 2014 1:02 PM EDT2014-04-18 17:02:32 GMT
A sugaring season was cut short in Swanton overnight after a shed caught fire. Fire officials tell us they got the call around 1:30 a.m. Friday for the sugarhouse fire on Woods Hill Road. They say theMore >>
Sugaring season was cut short in Swanton early Friday morning after a shed caught fire. More >>
Friday, April 18 2014 12:36 PM EDT2014-04-18 16:36:37 GMT
New York lawmakers are engaging the public in the fight against the rise of opiate addiction. The state Senate has created a task force to hear from law enforcement, health care, social service and educationMore >>
New York lawmakers are engaging the public in the fight against the rise of opiate addiction.More >>
Friday, April 18 2014 10:04 AM EDT2014-04-18 14:04:26 GMT
This week, the first line of emergency responders are being recognized for their work. National Telecommunicators Week ends Saturday. It's a national week honoring the men and women who work around-the-clockMore >>
This week, the first line of emergency responders are being recognized for their work.More >>