Thursday, April 11, 2013
Paige Aiello hasn't been seen since early Tuesday afternoon.
Police are reportedly seeking information about the whereabouts of Paige Aiello, a senior at The College of New Jersey, who hasn't been seen since Tuesday. Hillsborough police reported that Paige Aiello was last seen at 1 p.m. yesterday, according to an alert sent out by The College of New Jersey, NJ.com reported. Hillsborough police would not provide any additional information, but did confirm an investigation is underway. Anyone with information should contact Sgt. Sean Carolan at 908-369-4323 or TCNJ police at 609-771-2345. We will update this article as more information is available.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Sarah Majoras was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday leaving John and Peter's bar in New Hope.
Search parties spent Sunday scouring alleyways and looking in Dumpsters, poking their heads into vacant train cars and bending down to look into drain culverts. They cracked the ice on the nearby canal so divers could kick through the frigid waters. A helicopter flew low and slow over the New Hope and Lambertville area, searching from above. And when the friends, family and even strangers searching for Sarah Majoras come back together Monday morning to continue the search, they’re being asked to bring a stout stick to aid in searching under fallen trees and through underbrush. Majoras, a bartender at John and Peter's bar in New Hope, disappeared early Saturday morning. She was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday leaving John and Peter's after …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
A PetSmart employee believes Michael Naylon, whose family has been looking for him since Friday, was in the store Wednesday evening.
Michael Naylon, the Newtown man who has been missing since Friday, was seen Wednesday at the local PetSmart, his family said. Naylon may be disoriented due to a stroke, according to his daughter Megan. Megan said a PetSmart employee recognized the picture of her father that was on the flyer she dropped off at the store. The Petsmart employee said he believed he was in the store Wednesday evening. He was looking at fishtanks and seemed confused, Megan said. Naylon, 65, was last seen walking down Route 413 towards Newtown from Worthington Mill Road. He was wearing a black t-shirt and jeans. The family has filed a police report but is seeking clues as to where their father may have gone. For instant updates, follow Newtown Patch on Facebook …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Michael Naylon, 65, was last seen Friday walking down Route 413 towards Newtown from Worthington Mill Road.
Updated: Michael Naylon's family said he was spotted Wednesday evening at Petsmart. A Newtown family is searching for their father, who has been missing since Friday and may be disoriented due to a stroke. Michael Naylon, 65, was last seen walking down Route 413 towards Newtown from Worthington Mill Road, according to his daughter Megan. The family has filed a police report but is seeking clues as to where their father may have gone. He is 5 feet, 9 inches, about 170 pounds, he daughter said. He has grey hair, brown eyes and tattoos on his arms and left shoulder blade, she added. For instant updates, follow Newtown Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Megan said she believes her father had a stroke while walking on Route 413 and it caused him to…
Michael Naylon was last seen Friday.
A Newtown family is looking for their father, who has been missing since Friday. Michael Naylon, 65, is 5 feet, 9 inches, about 170 pounds, he daughter said. He has grey hair, brown eyes and tattoos on his arms and left shoulder blade, she added. The family has filed a police report and are seeking information about his whereabouts. He was last seen in Newtown. Patch is working to obtain more details. Please check back.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The Holland man who went missing almost three months ago has resurfaced and is in no harm.
Brian Shipley, a 21-year-old Holland resident who disappeared almost three months ago, has been found safe in the area, according to a Courier Times article. His mysterious disappearance without wallet, keys or other identification, puzzled police officials who were trying to track him. Shipley was last seen on Feb. 13 along the Neshaminy Creek near the George School. Multiple searches were conducted in the immediate and greater areas, and Detective John Gross said he "almost disolved into thin air." Gross met face-to-face with Shipley after he contacted a friend last week and said he was in the Delaware area. His reason for leaving was that he needed to "get away," the article said. Friends, family and others across the nation posted on …
Friday, March 23, 2012
Police are still hopeful about finding Brian Shipley, though they'll need the community's help to do it.
Though it's been more than a month since Brian Shipley's disappearance, Northampton Township police are still working actively on the case and have no reason to believe he isn't still alive. The 20-year-old Holland resident went missing on Feb. 13 around 10:30 p.m. and hasn't been seen or heard from by friends and family members since that time. "There's no trail and no track," Detective John Gross said. "He almost dissolved into thin air." Several searches, including one by helicopter, were conducted of the area where Shipley was said to disappear and none of them found anything. The Second Alarmers Rescue Squad, Greater Philadelphia Search and Rescue and Philadelphia State Police all aided in the search efforts, he said. As time goes …
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
The Northampton Township Police Department is on the lookout for a 20-year-old Holland man.
Police are searching for Brian Shipley, a 20-year-old Holland man who went missing around 10:30 p.m. Feb. 13. Shipley might be disoriented because he did not take required prescription medication. He was last seen in the area of the George School and Neshaminy Creek in Langhorne. He is a light-skinned black man at 5-foot-11-inches tall and approximately 175 lbs. He has brown eyes, short black hair and a lightly trimmed beard. He cannot drive and relies on others for transportation. If anyone has information about Shipley's disappearance, contact Detective John Gross at (215) 322-6111.