STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Law enforcement agencies across two states are looking for the whereabouts of a Delmar woman missing since Sunday, March 27.
Agencies from Stockbridge, Lee and the Massachusetts State Police are searching for Meghan A. Marohn, 42, of Delmar. She has been missing since she traveled to Stockbridge on Sunday. The Bethlehem Police Department joined agencies by releasing statements to the public earlier today, asking for help.
Marohn is an English teacher at Shaker High School.
“Ms. Marohn is a valued member of the North Colonie School community. This is a difficult and traumatic event, and our thoughts are with her family and friends,” said North Colonie Superintendent Joseph Corr in a statement issued on the district website. “We know that this information may have a profound impact on students and staff. Counseling and support services are available for all members of the school community. More details will be forthcoming.”
Parties involving Lee Police Officers, members of the state Special Emergency Response Team, K9 teams, Air Wing helicopter and Massachusetts state troopers started conducting a search yesterday in a heavily wooded hiking area near where her black 2017 Subaru Impreza was parked in South Lee.
According to a statement from the Massachusetts State Police, the Special Emergency Response Team is trained to conduct search and rescue missions in outdoor environments with challenging terrain features.
Marohn is described as white with red hair and green eyes, she stands about 5-foot 6-inches tall and weighs approximately 120 pounds.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the Bethlehem Police Department at 518-439-9973.