FBI offers $40,000 reward for information on Brianna Maitland’s disappearance

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MONTGOMERY — The FBI and the Vermont State Police announced today that the FBI is offering a reward of up to $40,000 for information leading to the recovery of Brianna Maitland, who disappeared from Montgomery in 2004.

Maitland, who was 17 years old at the time, was last seen during the late evening hours of March 19, 2004, as she was finishing her shift at a local restaurant.

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She left the restaurant in her green 1985 Oldsmobile 88, which was later found backed into the side of an abandoned barn approximately one mile from the restaurant.

Craig Tremaroli, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Albany Field Office, emphasized the importance of the reward in incentivizing the public to come forward with information.

“Someone out there may have information that can help solve this case,” Tremaroli said. “It’s been too long, and it’s time to come forward. No tip is too small.”

Col. Matthew T. Birmingham, director of the Vermont State Police, reiterated the commitment to the case.

“We remain as dedicated to this case now as we were when Brianna disappeared,” Birmingham said. “This is not a cold case, but it is an unsolved one — and we’re hoping the announcement of a significant financial reward for information will help change that.”

Anyone with information related to the case is urged to call either 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) or the Vermont State Police Tipline at 1-844-84-VTIPS (1-844-848-8477).

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