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Multiple agencies combine to locate 13-year-old Massachusetts girl missing for over a month



Police Chief Thomas Mulcahy and Police Chief Michael Miksch report that their departments collaborated with Massachusetts State Police to locate a missing 13-year-old girl on Friday.

Ashlynn Gill was found safe in Hanson. She had been missing since January 8, when she was last seen in Concord.

Search efforts were focused around Hanson and other communities where she was believed to have connections. Investigators were confident the girl was not in Concord, because she has no ties to the community.

On Friday afternoon, Hanson Police, Concord Police, and Massachusetts State Police located her unharmed.

Concord Police and Hanson Police thanked all who assisted the successful search.



  1. Mike

    February 10, 2023 at 6:42 pm

    Hmmm…. Missing for a full month, then you all collaborated one day to find her – a month later? Wouldn’t be that team of Navy SEALS that were pounding the pavement for the last three days that may have contributed?

    • Hanson resident

      February 13, 2023 at 12:31 pm

      100% it was the Kingmen. The cops must have had egg on their face and wanted to take credit – too bad they didn’t get the facts straight. The kingsmen found her in New Bedford and brought her to her mothers house in Hanson. And called the Hanson and Concord police to notify them. Typical small town cops.

  2. Jake Perry

    February 11, 2023 at 8:01 am

    She’ll run away again. But ask yourself why.

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