Police locate husband as search for missing NH woman continues
Oct. 19 – Police questioned the husband of a New Hampshire woman on Tuesday who went missing after the couple argued over a weekend in Vermont.
Vermont State Police have said the disappearance of Emily Ferlazzo, 22, from Northfield, is considered suspicious and there are concerns about her welfare.
Ferlazzo was reported missing on Monday evening by concerned family members, state police said. She has not been seen since Saturday afternoon.
Police said they wanted to speak with Emily’s husband Joseph Ferlazzo, 41, who told his family the couple stayed at an Airbnb in Bolton, Vermont.
State police said they located Joseph Ferlazzo on Tuesday afternoon at a convenience store in St. Albans, and he agreed to accompany the soldiers to the barracks for questioning.
Police say Emily got out of the campervan she was traveling with her husband in following an argument on Saturday around 1 p.m. and began walking along Route 2 near Bolton Valley Resort Access Road.
Joseph told Emily’s family he went to a nearby store and when he returned to the camper van to pick her up shortly after, he couldn’t find her, police said.
“The disappearance is considered suspicious and the well-being of Ms Ferlazzo is cause for concern,” state police said in an update.
Emily Ferlazzo is described by authorities as being 5 feet tall, weighing around 125 pounds, with blue eyes and blonde hair.
She was last seen wearing white sneakers, ripped blue jeans and a black long-sleeved shirt.
The teams searched for Emily in the Bolton, Enosburg and St. Albans area.
Remington, the couple’s missing dog, was also found unharmed at the home of one of Joseph’s friends.
“Emily Ferlazzo is still missing, and police efforts to find her are active and ongoing,” state police said in a statement Tuesday afternoon.
No further details were immediately available.