Missing Person Alert – Haiku, Maui

Last updated 24. Feb, 2010 by in News

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MISSING:Laura Vogel

MISSING:Laura Vogel

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Laura Vogel went missing, last seen Feb. 21 to go camping in the “Birthing Pools”, Pauwela Lighthouse area of Haiku.

Caucasian, 5 feet, 8 inches, 140 pounds, blond hair, blue eyes. She was wearing dark gray sweatpants and a dusky blue T-shirt when last seen.

Police found her van along the cliff line near Pauwela lighthouse & Haiku Community Center (aka Birthing Pools) Monday morning, her wallet and mobile phone were missing. Police do not suspect foul play at this time.

The back of what searchers believe may be Laura’s cell phone was reportedly found near a homeless camp on 2/24

Maui News says:

Vogel, an avid surfer and hiker, had been living on Maui for about six months and working as a self-employed tutor, Agan said. She said Vogel planned to spend Sunday night camping alone in her van.

A friend called police to report Vogel missing after she missed a tutoring session Monday morning and friends couldn’t reach her.

Anyone who has seen Vogel or who has information about her whereabouts is asked to call the police Criminal Investigation Division at 244-6425 during regular business hours or 244-6400 during nonbusiness hours.

Friends are organizing a land search for Vogel. Anyone who wants to help can call Agan at 633-6707.

The fire department and coast guard searched the cliffs and shores from the water and air. So far no sign of her. Friends and volunteers have also been searching the area. Call (268-4095) for directions if you are interested in helping with the search.

If you have any information, please call the Maui Police Department at 244-6425 and speak to Detective Callanen or Lt. Jacob Zack and refer to case number 10-14126.

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