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    Allison MacKenzie (43) went missing 1/18/20 from Rendezvous Caye, Belize while on vacation

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    Alison MacKenzie, 43, of Arizona, was among a group of tourists who on Friday embarked on an overnight excursion to Rendezvous Caye, a tiny island off the coast of Belize. A member of the tour group reported that when they woke up the next morning around 6:00 a.m., MacKenzie was nowhere to be found, according to a spokesperson for the Belize Police Department.

    The police spokesperson told ABC News that the investigation is ongoing and nothing has been ruled out. As of Tuesday night, a person-of-interest had not been identified and no one had been detained for questioning.

    An official with the U.S. Department of State told ABC News in a statement, "We are aware of reports of a U.S. citizen missing in Rendezvous Caye, Belize."

    "Whenever a U.S. citizen is missing, we work closely with local authorities as they carry out their search efforts, and we share information with their family however we can," the official said. "Due to privacy considerations, we have no further comment at this time."

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    https://www.foxnews.com/world/arizon...ve-family-says

    Alison MacKenzie, 43, was last seen Friday evening after she arrived on the small island of Rendezvous Caye as apart of a three-day tour with a group of 15 people and 3 crew members, said the company running the expedition, Raggamuffin Tours Limited, in a statement.

    MacKenzie, a resident of Prescott, Ariz., was said to be traveling with her 58-year-old boyfriend and is believed to have disappeared during the early morning hours of Saturday.

    MacKenzie’s mother confirmed her disappearance in a Facebook post, adding that the family is concerned over the inconsistencies in the information they have received.

    “We are working with the Belize Police, the American Embassy, and the tour company owner. We have received 3 different stories about what happened that morning. None of them consistent with the others. We are getting nowhere finding out where she is,” Cherie MacKenzie wrote.

    She said the family fears she is “no longer alive” considering how much time has passed since the last time she was seen on the island.

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    https://gcmaz.com/report-a-prescott-...-have-drowned/

    A Prescott woman, who went missing in Belize back in January, may have drowned. The “Daily Courier” reports 43-year-old Alison MacKenzie was on a catamaran tour off the coast of Belize on January 18th when she disappeared. Alison’s mother told the paper her daughter was last seen by her boyfriend, 58-year-old Paige Rote while they were camping with a group of other tourists on a very small island. When he woke up, Alison was no where to be found. Alison has lived in Prescott since 1998 and has two grown children. The FBI has told the family that they still haven’t found Alison’s body and they believe she may have drowned.

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    https://www.foxnews.com/media/alison...ng-nancy-grace

    Former prosecutor and Fox Nation host Nancy Grace raising the alarm over a seemingly stalled investigation into the bizarre disappearance of an American mother of two, who went missing in Belize.

    "I've been studying the case very carefully," said Grace on Fox Nation's "Crime Stories." "And so far, I alone -- at thousands of miles distance -- have come up with three different stories that people have told about what happened to this Arizona mom, Alison MacKenzie."

    MacKenzie, 43, a resident of Prescott, Ariz., was said to be traveling with her 58-year-old boyfriend in January. They were apparently looking to purchase a second property in the Central American country.

    According to a statement from the Belizean tour Raggamuffin Tours Limited, MacKenzie arrived with her boyfriend on the small island of Rendezvous Caye as part of a three-day tour with a group of 15 people and 3 crew member.

    Authorities in Belize said that MacKenzie was last seen on the evening of Friday, January 17.

    However, members of MacKenzie's family claim that she was believed to have disappeared during the early morning hours of Saturday, January 18 and may have been last seen walking on the beach.

    The statement from the Belizean tour Raggamuffin Tours Limited said that she was reported as missing since the early morning of Sunday, January 19.

    "Is it Natalee Holloway all over again?" said Grace, in reference to the botched investigation into the disappearance of an 18-year-old woman in Aruba in 2005.

    Grace also pointed to several official accounts of MacKenzie's alleged state of mind leading up to her disappearance. MacKenzie was described by investigators as possibly drunk and acting erratically.

    "She's hysterical -- that's normally the phrase that they describe women who go missing and they can't find them or won't find them," said Grace. "Somehow it's the woman's fault because she's hysterical. That is not true. This woman had no history whatsoever of hysterics, of any type of emotional or mental problems."

    "As a matter of fact, she's down there looking for a second property," Grace continued, "This is a responsible mom of two young ladies. She's not hysterical. She's not drunk. She's not erratic. So why are they saying that?"

    Joseph Scott Morgan, a professor of forensics at Jacksonville State University, also took issue with the investigation.
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    "I know, from an investigative standpoint, that they need to stop releasing these narratives and get to work to try to solve what happened to this woman instead of just speculating all over the place because it drives the story," he said.

    Morgan argued that it is common for investigators in this part of the world to bungle homicide investigations.

    "This is one of the problems that we hear over and over and over again," he concluded. "I reflect back to Natalee Holloway... many times they fall greatly short relative to crime scene processing, the processing of forensic evidence... if you don't get to this point in the early stages of the investigation, the whole thing is blown."

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