LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. - Authorities are hoping surveillance photos will bring about new leads in the disappearance of a Lambertville, N.J., woman.
The series of security camera photos released by the Hunterdon County prosecutor's office Tuesday show Sarah Majoras crossing the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge over the Delaware River and turning north on Lambert Lane in Lambertville around 2 a.m. Saturday, officials said.
Majoras, 39, had just left John and Peters Bar in New Hope, where she worked as a bartender, and was on her way home, officials said.
"A still photo of Ms. Majoras crossing the bridge is being released in hopes it may trigger someone's memory if they saw her that night," said Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III.
An underwater and aerial search for Majoras resumed Tuesday. Detectives also continued with a targeted ground search based on intelligence that has been developed, officials said.
A pressure cooker was found in Terminal A on Saturday afternoon, according to police for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.Read More »
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