South Jersey Family Still Searching for Missing U.S. Marine 18 Days Later
Eighteen days later, and a missing U.S. Marine Corps veteran from Clementon hasn't been found. The family is now offering $4,000 to anyone with information on his whereabouts.
Lance James was last seen on Dec. 2 exiting Hide-a-Way Tavern on the White Horse Pike. Surveillance footage shows he was within a block of his home in Clementon but hasn't reported to work nor has he called out.
The U.S. Marine veteran served two tours in the Middle East and suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. Lance James also has a 5-year-old daughter who lives with her mother.
So far, New Jersey authorities have been searching three area lakes for clues without any luck. The family, desperate to James back home, have started a GoFundMe Page to raise reward money to anyone with info.
NJ.com gives this description of Lance James:
"James is approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall, 180 pounds with brown hair, a red/brown beard and tattoos. He was last seen wearing a white-colored undershirt, blue jeans and Timberland boots."
Anyone with information about the U.S. Marine is asked to contact Clementon police at 856-783-2759.