Tara Kathleen Mulkerron was last seen near Route 1 and Route 101 in Hampton, New Hampshire, on Sunday July 6, reports WCVB. Cops have said that they are concerned for her safety. About 24 hours after she was declared missing, Mulkerron was found safe-and-well.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. She Was Last Seen Wearing a Bikini
WNUR reports that Mulkerron was last seen wearing a bikini, she was also seen that day in a blue sun dress. The station describes here as being 5 feet tall and 125 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. The alarm was raised at around 6:30 a.m. on July 6. According to cops in Hampton, Mulkerron checked out of Hampton Beach motel at 6 p.m. on July 6. She got a taxi and asked to go to Newburyport.
2. Mulkerron Is a Native of Boston
According to her Facebook page, Mulkerron is from and lives in Boston, about 50 miles from Hampton, New Hampshire, where she went missing.
3. She Posted Frequently About a Serial Killer on Facebook
In June 2012, Mulkerron was active on a Facebook thread about New York serial killer, Joel Rifkin. Over the course of the Facebook thread, she discusses how she was bullied throughout her life. She adds that throughout her youth she was moved from school-to-school “Due to deaths, movings, new jobs, other problems, and don’t forget the WHOLE Religious awakening.”
4. Mulkerron Loved Her Dogs
On her Facebook page, Mulkerron posted a picture of her two dogs, she calls them “My Bestest Boyfriends EVER! (Sorry “Other Guys”).” The picture is of two dogs, but she names three, “Barnstable, Barney Boyce and Spencie Boy.” When Barney Boyce is named, it links out to an information page about 1970s U.S. soccer legend, Barney Boyce.
If I have to see one more ugly kid on Facebook, I may have to press charges. There really should be some kind of screening system.
— Tara Mulkerron (@TaraKMulkerron) March 9, 2011
5. No Water Searches Have Taken Place
Sea Coast Online reports Hampton Fire Chief Chris Silver saying his department has not been asked to assist in the search yet. The chief added that no water searches have taken place for Mulkerron.
Anybody with information regarding Mulkerron is asked to call 603-929-444.
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