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North Carolina / Murdered Marine #882389

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 12, 2008
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, North Carolina: Martin Savidge) The manhunt for the suspect {Marine Cesar Laurean} in the murder of missing pregnant Marine L/Cpl. Maria Lauterbach reviewed; scenes shown from the gravesite and the Laurean house in Jacksonville, North Carolina. [Onslow County Sheriff Ed BROWN†- comments on the remains and blood patterns found.] [County D.A. Dewey HUDSON†- says we have a warrant out.] [Victim's uncle Peter STEINER†- comments on what the Marines did not do for Maria, who was harassed.] Lauterbach's pattern of lying recalled. [Earlier, mother Mary LAUTERBACH†- says Maria is bipolar.]

Holt, Lester;
Savidge, Martin

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