Published: Fri, November 18, 2016
USA | By Yvette Dunn

Police seek tips on dark-colored SUV seen where woman killed

Police seek tips on dark-colored SUV seen where woman killed

Vanessa Marcotte, 27, was killed August 7 while visiting her mother in Princeton, a small town in central MA.

What happened? Marcotte, who lived in NY, was visiting her mother when she went for a Sunday afternoon run.

"It was parked near where Ms. Marcotte's body was found", Early said.

The vehicle was parked on Brooks Station Road on August 7, the day Marcotte was killed.

Witnesses parked on Brooks Station Road that day, around the time the murder is thought to have occurred, told officials they saw the SUV parked there.

"I hope it leads to something", said Rossana Marcotte, 58, the mother of Vanessa Marcotte, 27, a Google employee who never returned from a walk while visiting her family home in Princeton. She was found dead in the woods just a half-mile from her mother's home.

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Marcotte was visiting her mother in MA when she ventured out from the family home for a jog at around 1pm.

State police yesterday said they are looking for a dark-colored SUV in connection with Marcotte's killing. People are asked to call the tip line.

She failed to return hours later, sparking a police hunt which ended seven hours later in the discovery of her body.

State police are not releasing any more information about the auto, the model, or exact color, but are asking law enforcement to be vigilant when interacting with men that are occupying or operating a dark colored SUV around that area.

Investigators are still interested in receiving any and all information about men who had access to a dark-colored SUV on August 7 and were in or around Princeton.

Police suspect the Boston University graduate fought with her attacker, leaving him with scrapes and bruises.

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