Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Ashley MurrayFriends and family of a Peconic teenager who went missing Monday are organizing a grassroots search party Thursday to look for the girl, while local police follow up on several leads that they have received since publicizing her disappearance.Organizers posted a message on the Facebook page dedicated to 16-year-old Ashley Murray’s disappearance and notified the community that a volunteer search party will meet by the flag pole at Southold High School Thursday at 3 p.m.The group has used the social media site to distribute Murray’s missing person’s flyer and to also plead for her to return home.“Ashley,” the message reads, “It’s pouring rain and it’s so cold outside. You don’t have a winter coat, which worries everyone in this weather. Please come home to the warmth, to the love, to the people who care so much about you.”Southold police released a statement Wednesday and noted that they have received “dozens of tips” from the public and are following up on a number of leads. The department also said its continuing its search with the help of various agencies including the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, several East End police departments, as well as local and state law enforcement agencies.Murray was last seen leaving her home at 8 a.m. Monday wearing a black and gray hooded sweatshirt, red sweatpants and black boots. Murray also wears hearing aids in both ears, police said.She is described as white, 5-feet, 4-inches tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.Investigators are encouraging anyone with information about Murray’s disappearance to contact Southold police at 631-765-2600.Ashley Murray Missing Persons Flyer
More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 201915 Leo Place, Bridgeman Downs.Through the large single pivot timber door, you are greeted by a multitude of formal and informal spaces all perfectly positioned throughout the home. The lower level is superbly sitting atop bamboo floors throughout. From the foyer, the floor-to-ceiling glass exhibits the ‘cosy’ leg of the pool. 15 Leo Place, Bridgeman Downs.Mr Devery said every room in the home was ensuited.“The way we’ve built the house is so that families with kids can move in, no matter what age,” he said. “Having the bedroom ensuites, and rumpus room upstairs, it’s the perfect set-up for kids to grow and stay at home until they are 30 years old.” 15 Leo Place, Bridgeman Downs.The pool is not just a pool but a distinct water feature of the luxurious home.A dedicated theatre room with blackout curtaining is off the foyer. Adjacent, the first of the living rooms, spacious and seamlessly connect to the family room. Mr Devery said the home was in a lovely street.“We are surrounded by homes of equal or better value,” he said.“The property is situated in a very high part of Bridgeman Downs. “The home gets beautiful breezes.”The property is walking distance to restaurants and close to public transport. 15 Leo Place, Bridgeman Downs.After almost two years at their Bridgeman Downs home, David and Carmel Devery have a desire to be closer to Brisbane’s CBD.The couple, who have three children, built their home at 15 Leo Place, and said their kids were studying at UQ and wanted to live closer to St Lucia.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom property has many standout features, including a massive kitchen which flows onto the living and dining areas.