RAYMOND, N.H. (CBS) — Police in New Hampshire are searching for a 25-year-old woman who was last seen in Raymond on Saturday night. Nicole Davis, of Manchester, N.H. apparently walked away from her campsite at Pine Acres Campground.
Davis is about 5-feet, 3-inches tall, 120 pounds with red hair and blue eyes. She was last seen in denim overalls.
“She’s my baby. She’s a good girl. This is out her character,” said Nicole’s mother, Debbie Feddersen.
On Sunday, her cell phone, jacket and keys were found near a pond. On Monday, police used boats to scan the water and dogs to search the woods. But nothing turned up.
Debbie Feddersen believes her daughter is still alive and was possibly abducted. “We’re not going to leave any stone unturned I believe she’s alive I believe somebody’s either taken her,” said Debbie Feddersen. “I’m not going to give up hope.”
According to police, “it is reported that she had been consuming alcoholic beverages prior to her disappearance.”
The search was called off at the campground Monday night after two days of searching.
“She’s not here,” said Raymond Police Chief Michael Labell. “We don’t have any evidence at this point to suggest that there has been any foul play.”
Law enforcement is planning no more searches, although the family might organize one as they try desperately to stay hopeful asking others to pray for them.
Police say they will now start interviewing Nicole’s friends and others around the campground with the hope of shaking loose some new lead they can follow.
Anyone with information is asked to call Raymond Police at 603-895-4747.
N.H. State Police are also assisting with the search.