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Body of missing Harvard woman Mary Anderson found in Vermont

THE body of a missing Harvard student Mary Anderson has been found in the back of a truck in Vermont.



THE body of a missing Harvard student Mary Anderson has been found in the back of a truck in Vermont.

Vermont State Police said a corpse found in a vehicle near Brattleboro, Vermont, on Tuesday has been tentatively identified as that of a woman reported missing from Harvard, Massachusetts.

Mary Anderson, age 23, was spotted in the area of Hudson, New Hampshire, about 10:30 p.m. the night before she went missing. Saturday while operating a navy blue 2017 Toyota Tacoma bearing the license plate 8DXW20 in the state of Massachusetts.

The body of the woman was discovered in the truck on Elliot Street at 12:55 in the morning, according to the police.

Vermont State Police have stated that they are attempting to contact and speak with Anderson’s ex-boyfriend, Matthew Davis, who is 34 years old and hails from Fitchburg, Massachusetts. They believe that Davis may have information that is pertinent to the case.

Matthew Davis

Additionally, Davis has ties to the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, region.

Davis is Caucasian, his hair is brown, and his eyes are blue. He stands around 5 feet 6 inches tall.


Anyone who may have information regarding Davis’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the police department in their own community or the Vermont State Police in Westminster at the number 802-722-4600.

It is anticipated that the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Vermont, which is located in Burlington, would conduct an autopsy on Anderson in order to identify the reason and manner of his passing.

In connection with the woman’s disappearance, Massachusetts State Police and state police investigators assigned to the Worcester County District Attorney’s office searched Still River Road in Harvard on Tuesday morning.

Sheila Anderson, the woman’s mother, claimed that her daughter was meant to drive home on Saturday night after spending time with friends in Hudson, New Hampshire. She claimed that because everyone in the family regularly shared where they were, when her daughter failed to return home on Saturday night, she immediately suspected the worst.


“This is not how my daughter acts. She has vanished. As a 23-year-old, she didn’t declare, “Hey, I’m leaving my life and my family.” This is not what is taking place. I’m hoping Mary will return because she’s gone missing,” she remarked.

Anderson’s family told the police that she was missing Sunday night.


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