missing woman in maui | Behind The Lens Maui
Photo of Laura Vogel courtesy: Maui Police.
Maui police are employing the use of tracking dogs today in their search for a Maui woman who has been missing since Monday.43-year-old Laura Vogel was reported missing by a friend on February 22, 2010, when her vehicle was found in the area of the Pauwela Lighthouse. She is described as a Caucasian female, approximately 5’8” tall, weighing approximately 140 lbs, with blond hair and blue eyes. A search was conducted by the Police Department, Fire Department and volunteers on February 23rd, 24th and 25th. The efforts consisted of both a ground and air search which were met with negative results. Police plan to continue the search efforts with the use of tracking dogs, provided by the Civil Defense.
Laura Vogel is missing. She had spent Sunday camping in the vicinity of the “birthing pools” along the cliffs below the Haiku Community Center. Friends found her van and belongings there, but no sign of Vogel.
Laura Vogel was last in contact with friends on Sunday night, but then did not show up for a tutoring job Monday morning. She had spent Sunday camping in the vicinity of the “birthing pools” along the cliffs below the Haiku Community Center. Friends found her van and belongings there, but no sign of Vogel.Police and fire teams have conducted searches on land, in the water and in the air for the missing woman and do not suspect foul play at this point. Meanwhile dozens of friends have been busy looking for Vogel as well, even bringing in hunting dogs to try to pick up her scent on Wednesday.
Any information about this please contact the Maui Police department.