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Friday, November 2, 2007

Help find Megan Roberts

Good News! Megan has been found and is at home with her family.


It is already on the board.

Megan disappeared on October 13, 2007 with no trace.

Last seen with KENTON DOW, a 19 year old boy, also known as "Kenny" from California.

Megan is 17 years old, about 5 feet tall, light skinned, long wavy black hair with lighter brown roots.

Last seen wearing a long green trenchcoat and black baseball cap. Black clothing & Converse sneakers or boots, with a denim backback.

Megan has some very serious mental and emotional problems, and has not been taking medication prescribed to her. Kenton Dow was recently in a psychiatric unit, could be diabetic and may be dangerous. There have been some reports that he wanted to "kidnap someone" and Megan may be held against her will.

ANY TIPS ARE HELPFUL. Contact Connecticut State Police (860) 626-7900 or Jayson Roberts (203) 417-1672 or Skip Richardson (203) 770-8499.

Please contact CT State Police if you have any info. Pictures of Megan

Megan may be heading to Vermont according to this article:

ENOSBURG/MORRIS, CONN.: A 17-year-old Connecticut girl who has been missing since Saturday, Oct. 13, could be in or headed to Enosburg, according to her mother.

Megan Roberts, who has been living with her mother, Linda Richardson, in Morris, Conn., never showed up for work at a grocery store in Litchfield, Conn., and she hasn’t been heard from since.

“I’m really scared because I haven’t heard from her,” Richardson said Tuesday from her Connecticut home.

Megan is described as 5’1”, 100 pounds, with long, wavy, black hair with blonde roots. She may be wearing a long, green Army-issue trenchcoat and a black baseball cap, as well as a black half-of-a-heart necklace that reads “BEST FRI.”

Richardson believes her daughter struck out for a family camp in Enosburg Falls, owned by Richardson’s father.

“My map to Vermont is missing. I went to look for it, and I couldn’t find it,” she said. “We have gone up there for many years to visit. It’s an area she knows, and she would feel safe there.”
More: County Courier Article on Megan Roberts.

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