Police seek help locating Nashua woman missing for more than 2 weeksBy Kimberly Houghton
Union Leader Correspondent
July 12. 2013 12:45PM
NASHUA - A 29-year-old woman has been missing for more than two weeks and police are now asking the public for help.
Sarah McCormack, of 26 Morgan St., has not been seen or heard from since June 26.
"We have no specific cause to believe that she is a victim of a crime," said Lt. Michael Moushegian of the Nashua Police Department. "However, the family is very concerned."
The woman's residence has been checked, and Moushegian said there is no indication of foul play.
Still, police say it is highly unusual for McCormack to not have regular contact with her family. Authorities issued a press release about the missing woman on Friday, asking for the public's help in trying to locate her.
"We are all very interested in this case, and we hope there will be a positive outcome," said Moushegian.
Police stressed that there is no connection to the Charlestown woman, Kelly Robarge, who was missing and recently found dead in the woods in Unity.
All law enforcement agencies in New England have been notified of McCormack's disappearance, and she has been included in the FBI's National Crime Information Center database for missing persons.
Police say McCormack could be driving a grey 1991 Saab 900 with New Hampshire registration 3350437. She is 29-years-old, weighs about 110-pounds and is about 5'1'' with brown hair and hazel eyes.
In a photograph released by police, McCormack has long, wavy hair.
The family has decided to ask the public for help, but at this point is not prepared to speak with the media about McCormack's disappearance, said Moushegian.
"We are in regular contact with the family," he added.
Anyone with information about McCormack is urged to contact police at 603-594-3500, or the Nashua crime line at 603-589-1665.