Elizabeth Marriott: Missing from New Hampshire

UPDATE:  Dec 26, 2012 – 
The attorney general’s office says 19-year-old Kathryn McDonough has been arrested on charges of hindering apprehension or prosecution and conspiracy to commit hindering apprehension or prosecution.  McDonough is the girlfriend of  Seth Mazzaglia, 30, who is charged with second-degree murder in connection with Marriott’s death. Police said the two knew each other and met while working together at a Target store in New Hampshire.

Elizabeth’s body still has not been recovered.

UPDATE:  Oct. 15, 2012 –

Prosecutors accuse Seth Mazzaglia, 29, of strangling and suffocating Marriott on Oct. 9, reports MyFoxBoston.  Elizabeth’s body still has not been found.

A source said she was going to meet up with a woman named Kat, who is reportedly Mazzaglia’s girlfriend and roommate. Investigators said Kat and Marriott met while working together at Target.
Mazzaglia is an actor and martial arts instructor. He was charged with second-degree murder in Marriott’s death.

UPDATE:  October 13, 2012 –

Authorities believe that Elizabeth (Lizzi)  is dead but have not found her body, Assistant Attorney General James Vara said Saturday at a news conference. He did not say how she died.

A 29-year-old man has been arrested and is in custody. Vara didn’t say whether the man knew Marriott or what led to his arrest.

Vara said the investigation was continuing.

Elizabeth Marriott, 19,  from Westborough, New Hampshire has not been seen Tuesday.  She was last known to be on the UNH campus at one of her night classes.  She did not show up at Target for work on Wednesday, reports the metrowest daily news. 

Marriott is a freshman at UNH and graduated from Westborough High School last year. She currently lives with family in Chester and commutes to the university in Durham, according to Burke.
Her tan, 2001 Mazda Tribute – New Hampshire plate number 3045397 – has not been located, Burke said.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Chester Police Department at 603-887-2080.

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