Police Search for Missing Strafford Woman

  • Emma-Jayne Farina. (Courtesy photograph)

Valley News Staff Writer
Published: 5/23/2018 10:06:37 AM
Modified: 5/24/2018 11:30:14 AM

Strafford — Vermont State Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 23-year-old Strafford woman who has been missing for a week.

Emma-Jayne Farina was last seen at about 7 p.m. on May 16 at her home, according to a news release distributed on Wednesday.

Two days after she was last seen, her family’s residence was burglarized, and she may have played a role in that, State Police Lt. John-Paul Schmidt said.

No further information has been released about what the connection to the burglary might have been. Schmidt declined to go into details, citing an ongoing investigation into her disappearance.

Since she went missing, Farina’s family and friends have received communication indicating she may be in danger, police said in the release.

Reached by telephone, her father, Christopher Farina, referred comment to state police.

“If anybody knows where she is, we want to hear about it,” Schmidt said. “We want to confirm that she is OK.”

Emma-Jayne Farina is white with brown hair and brown eyes, and stands about 5 feet tall and 110 lbs.

Police do not know what she was wearing, but say she has tattoos on her collarbones and a nose piercing.

One of the tattoos says “serenity.”

Farina has ties to Orange and Washington counties in Vermont, as well as Massachusetts.

Anyone with information regarding Farina’s whereabouts should call the Vermont State Police Royalton barracks at 802-234-9933.

Jordan Cuddemi can be reached at jcuddemi@vnews.com or 603-727-3248.

Update: Emma-Jayne Farina has been located, according to police.
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