Thursday, February 9, 2006

Mary Nunes--Whitefield, New Hampshire

Photos from top to bottom: Mary Nunes; Mary's mother, Genevieve Kelley; Mary's stepfather, Scott Kelley.
Info and photos from the Charley Project (

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: October 22, 2004
from Whitefield, New Hampshire
Classification: Family Abduction
Date of
Birth: February 19, 1996
Age: 8 years old
Height and Weight: 4'4, 48
Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair, brown eyes. Nunes may use
the last name San Martin.

Details of Disappearance
Nunes was last
seen on October 22, 2004 in Whitefield, New Hampshire. She is believed to have
been abducted by her non-custodial mother, Genevieve Mary Kelley, and her
stepfather, Scott David Kelley. Photographs and vital statistics for Genevieve
and Scott are posted below this case summary. Felony warrants have been issued
for both of them.
The child's whereabouts are unknown and his case remains
unsolved. Some agencies give Aurora, Colorado as the place of her disappearance.

Genevieve Mary Kelley Above Images: Genevieve Mary Kelley
Date of
Birth: February 11, 1964 Age: 40 years old Height and Weight: 5'5, 150 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair, brown eyes. Genevieve may dye her
hair. She may wear eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Scott David Kelley Above:
Scott David Kelley
Date of Birth: December 17, 1964 Age: 39 years old Height
and Weight: 6'2, 190 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: White hair, hazel

Investigating Agency If you have any information concerning this
case, please contact: Whitefield Police Department 603-837-9086

You can also report tips to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children by calling
You can print a poster of Mary here.

Part of the reason that I chose to post Mary on here now is that today on I found an article on family abductions. To read it, go to A small excerpt:
The trauma of family abduction is often compounded by lies, Hart-Haviv
said: “A child might be told the left-behind parent is dead, dangerous or
doesn’t love them anymore.”
And the deeper the deceit, the harder it can be
for a child to recover when found, she said.

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