Here we go again.

Vermont State Police officers investigating the disappearance of a New Hampshire woman said Tuesday they have been unable to locate her husband.

Troopers said Emily Ferlazzo, 22, of Northfield, has not been seen since Saturday afternoon. Police said they consider her disappearance to be suspicious.

Family members reported Emily Ferlazzo missing at about 7:15 p.m. Monday. They said her husband, Joseph Ferlazzo, 41, told them the two got into an argument Saturday afternoon, and she got out of their camper van and started walking on Route 2, near the Bolton Valley Resort access road.

Joseph Ferlazzo told family members that he went to a nearby store, and when he returned to pick up Emily a short time later he could not find her. He told relatives that they had been staying at an Airbnb in Bolton, Vermont.

Vermont State Police said they want to speak to Joseph Ferlazzo but have been unable to find him. He was reported to have last been seen by a friend Monday night in St. Albans, Vermont, near the location where the camper van was found on a property belonging to a friend of his. State police said they're also are working to determine when Emily Ferlazzo was last seen by someone other than her husband.

Police said Emily Ferlazzo is about 5 feet tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has blue eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing white sneakers, ripped jeans and a long-sleeve black shirt. She also has a large sleeve tattoo on her left arm and a snake tattoo around her navel with the head in the center of her chest, police said.

Joseph Ferlazzo is described as 6 feet tall, weighs 200 pounds, has brown eyes, brown hair, a nose piercing and multiple tattoos. He was last seen wearing a dark gray three-quarter-zip sweater.

The couple's dog, a medium-sized mix breed named Remington, is also missing.

A news conference is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact Vermont State Police at 802-524-5993. Tips also may be submitted online anonymously.