Police in Hamilton Township say they continue to search for an 85-year-old woman missing since March 28, 2019.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating Kathleen Elkow, who was last seen "at her residence, located on Weymouth Road, between the Watering Hole and Mizpah Road in Mays Landing."
Police say she was 85-years-old when she went missing, and was known to be suffering from dementia. Police say she was wearing "blue jeans, tan sneakers, and a red white and black checkered shirt."
According to Hamilton Township Police:
"Multiple, extensive searches of the area were conducted by police, K9’s, aerial searches, water searches, bloodhounds, horse-mounted patrol, volunteers, etc., with negative results. The current whereabouts of Kathleen are still unknown."
Police ask that anyone with information contact them at609-625-2700 extension 1, or dial 911.
SOURCE: Hamilton Township Police Department
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