Vermont murder most foul

VSPDet. Kelley Clark said the woman was last seen by a couple, Mr. and Mrs Patrick and Patricia Preman, on July 15, 1977 at approximately 7:30 p.m. She was driving from Hardwick village towards her farm. Nothing is known about the person who strangled Rogers or a possible motive, Clark said.

If you have any information on this person, contact Det. Clark at 802- 334-8881, ext. 2315.

A Chittenden murder mystery

The skeletal remains of Catherine P. Maranville were found along a wooded area near the Ager Road in Chittenden on April 19, 1987. The woman, who lived in Glens Falls, N.Y., had not been seen there since Aug. 1, 1983.

VSPDet. Sgt. Albert Abdelnour said Maranville's death is considered suspicious and is still being investigated by the State Police as a homicide. How and why Maranville ended up along a road in Rutland County is still a mystery.

If you have any information on this person, contact Det. Sgt. Abdelnour at the Vt. State Police in Rutland at 802-773-9101.

A dark and hollow sky in Rochester

Young Dean Webster, of Rochester, had a promising future ahead of him until the overcast day of Nov. 17, 2001. On that day, State Police found Webster's body in the back yard of his residence on Sky Hollow Road in Rochester.

Several Webster family members were the last to see Dean Webster alive. But they could provide scant information that might have helped state detectives to unravel the mystery surrounding Webster's untimely death.

VSPDet. Sgt. Michael O'Neil said fellow detectives eventually determined that Webster's backyard death - out of sight of neighbors - was not accidental; it was murder. But no other clues have shown up in the intervening years since 2001.

A reward of up to $2,000 is available for information on Dean Webster case. If you have any information on case, contact Det. Sgt. O'Neil at 802-234-9933.

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