Mother and daughter missing in Corinth

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CORINTH –– An alarming case of a missing mother and daughter has surfaced in the town of Corinth.

Authorities are in pursuit of information that could lead to the safe return of Katelyn Huntley, 31, and her 2-year-old daughter, Ezmay Huntley.

According to the records, the two were last seen at their residence at 518 Cookeville Road, Corinth.

The last recorded communication with Katelyn was on August 4, moments before she inexplicably missed her work shift.

Given the sudden and prolonged absence, there are rising concerns for the wellbeing of both Katelyn and Ezmay.

As authorities expedite their efforts to trace their whereabouts, the public’s role could be pivotal.

Anyone who might have seen Katelyn and Ezmay or possesses any information about their current location is urged to reach out. Trooper Evan Johnson from the St. Johnsbury Barracks is the designated point of contact for this case and can be reached at 802-748-3111.

The Vermont State Police implore the community’s assistance in ensuring the safe return of the mother and daughter.

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