It's important to release as much information about a missing person as soon as possible.

The Lower Township Police Department is asking for anyone with information regarding their latest reported missing person to come forward. They shared a post to their Facebook page on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 6 asking the public to assist them with hunting down a thirty-nine year old female from Lower Township who was reported missing this week.

Laura Price was reportedly last seen driving her white Lexus ES up Route 47 (aka Delsea Drive). No additional details have been shared at this time.

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Some important characteristics to note about Laura:

1.) She's a Caucasian with brown hair.

2.) Be on the lookout for blue eyes.

3.)  She's average height, about 5'4 according to the Lower Township Police Department.

4.) Since she was last spotted driving, remain vigilant. Look for license plate T11 JZW

Some sources report that you can't file a Missing Persons Report until the person's been missing for over 24 hours. According to TheCrimeReport.org, New Jersey law enforcement must take down any and all information they can about someone reported missing immediately. In addition, they must take the case seriously even if there's no reason to initially believe life is at risk. That's stated in a law now known as 'Patricia's Law' which was named after a woman who went missing from her home twenty years ago.

If you or anyone you know has any information at all about the potential whereabouts of Laura Price, you're encouraged to contact the Lower Township Police Department immediately by calling 609-886-2711.

Sources: Facebook, TheCrimeReport.org

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