Police already searching for a missing New Hampshire woman are now seeking her roommate.
Sue Hutchinson, 57, of Manchester, was last seen Sunday, Sept. 20. Thursday, police said that Stephen Andrade, 36, who lived at 169-A Calef Rd. with Hutchinson, had not been seen since Sept. 21. Shortly before 4:30 p.m. that day, police say Andrade was at the Game Stop in Bedford. He was thought to have been driving a 2005 silver BMW 5 Series, registered to Hutchinson, which police initially announced Hutchinson may have been driving.
The New Hampshire plates on that car read "380 6038."
Another car registered to Hutchinson, a 1992 Buick Century, with New Hampshire plates reading "288 6934," was found Sept. 23 a few blocks from her apartment, at the intersection of Wyoming Avenue and South Elm Street.
Investigators believe Andrade was the last person to see Hutchinson before her disappearance. It is not known whether he returned to their apartment on Sept. 20, as police say he may have stayed at a relative's home in Boston before returning to New Hampshire Monday.
According to family members, it is "out of character" for the two to be out of contact for such a long time.
Police say they do not know whether Hutchinson and Andrade are together.
Anyone with information is asked to call (603) 668-8711.