Margaret Haddican-McEnroe missing from New Jersey since 2006

Margaret Haddican-McEnroe of Warren, NJ has been missing for eleven years.  She was reported missing by her husband on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006.  Margaret was last seen by her husband, Tim McEnroe at 1:30 p.m. on October 10.  He told authorities he left and returned two hours later and found his wife gone.  Their 6-month-old baby was home alone.  Media reports state that McEnroe said cash was missing, but that his wife’s cell phone, which was broken was left behind as well as the car.  Margaret had two other children, a 20-month-old and a 9-year-old.

McEnroe told the Star Ledger that he waited two days to report her missing because she had left before and always returned. Other family members said they doubted she would stay away and leave her children behind for so long.

McEnroe has since been named a “person of interest” in the investigation of his wife’s disappearance, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano and Michael B. Ward, Special Agent-In-Charge of Newark Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), reports Tapintoit.

Haddican-McEnroe is described as 5’2″ tall, 110 pounds, brown eyes, brown hair and of a light complexion, with a tribal tattoo on her stomach, a firefighter’s helmet tattoo on her left thigh and multiple tattoos on her back. She is an Army veteran who trained at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC and may have identification with her birth name, “Sherwood Halley.”  She was last seen wearing a gray sweat shirt with “ARMY” written across the front in black letters, white plaid pajamas, white socks, and white Nike shoes. She also has a silver chain with military dog tags and a white gold wedding ring with three diamonds, and may also have a black military-style jacket and a black duffel bag with additional clothing, police said at the time.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation contact the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Squad at (908) 231-7100, the FBI at (973) 792-3000 or the Warren Township Police Department at (908) 753-1000.

 

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