The family of a missing UNH student is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information in her disappearance.
19-year-old Lizzie Marriott was last heard from by text message on Tuesday night. After class, she told a friend in Dover she was on her way there. Since then, investigators say, there has been no activity on her cell phone, credit cards or Facebook page.
The FBI, State Police, Chester Police, New Hampshire Fish and Game, and several volunteers continue to search for her.
Marriott lives with her aunt and uncle in Chester and commutes to the Durham campus and her job in Greenland. Marriott’s uncle, Anthony Hannah, says the day after she went missing, they thought she slept at a friend’s house.
“So, Wednesday morning comes around. We wake up and we’re running around like we always do. I’m hopping into my car to go to work and I realize her car wasn’t there.”
Now, the family is offering a ten thousand dollar reward and spreading awareness with the Twitter hashtag #FindLizzie.
Marriott drives a tan 2001 Mazda Tribute with a New Hampshire license plate of 304-5397.
If you have any information please contact the Chester Police Department.