If you're out and about anywhere in or around the South Jersey region this weekend, make sure you keep your eyes open as yet another person from this area has been reported missing.

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An alert has been sent out via multiple channels about a missing 18-year-old hailing from Middle Township section of Cape May County. Her name is Leila Bellamy and her whereabouts have reportedly been unknown for about three days now. The last known area where it was reported seen via the Middle Township Police Department is the general vicinity within the Whitesboro area of the township.

Bellamy is legally an adult since she's 18. New Jersey state law says there's no time limit that anyone has to wait to file a report. Obviously, there would be no AMBER Alert for Bellamy since she is of legal age, but there's no information currently being circulated regarding when the initial report was filed.

The Middle Township Police Department released that the 18-year-old from Middle Township was last seen on July 13, 2021 in Whitesboro and also revealed what clothing and shoes she was wearing. Bellamy was donning pink and green Air Force One sneakers, a black hoodie, and gray sweatpants. No word on how her hair was worn or even with whom she was last seen with.

Police are, however, asking for the public's help. If anyone thinks they may have any information at all regarding Leila Bellamy, you're encouraged to reach out to the Middle Township Police Department at 609-465-8700.

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