Search Continues for Missing Lambertville Woman

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III said Tuesday there is no evidence of foul play, but investigators are looking into all possible scenarios.


The search will continue Wednesday for 39-year-old Sarah Majoras of Lambertville, who went missing early Saturday morning (Jan. 26) while walking home. 

Volunteers who want to help search should meet at Rago Arts, 333 North Main Street in Lambertville at 10 a.m. The phone number at Rago Arts is (609) 397-9374.

Majoras is a bartender at John and Peter's in New Hope, but was out at the bar as a patron on Friday night. It was after 2 a.m. on Saturday when she walk over the bridge and into Lambertville.

Security cameras on the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge recorded her crossing the Delaware River and turning north on Lambert Lane, according to Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III. His office released a still photo of Majoras crossing the bridge in hopes it may trigger someone’s memory (see the image under "photos."

Majoras is described as 5-feet-4 and weighing 140 pounds. She has blue eyes and blonde hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans, brown leather boots, a white cap and a camouflage jacket.

“It’s a small town," Kearns said. "It is possible that someone saw her. Hopefully we’ll get a phone call with some information.” 

Kearns said on Tuesday there is no evidence of foul play, but investigators are looking into all possible scenarios. 

So far this week, dive teams conducted underwater searches of the D&R Canal in Lambertville and an aerial search was launched. Detectives continued with a targeted ground search, canvassing the neighborhood looking for possible witnesses or private surveillance cameras that may have caught something. Cell phone records have also been reviewed and have not revealed any clues. 

State Police divers entered the canal near Coryell Street Monday afternoon after placing sonar equipment into the water from the bridge.  Police recovered a pair of glasses near the canal, but Kearns said they do not belong Majoras.

Anyone with information can contact the Lambertville Police Department at 609-397-3132. All calls are kept confidential.

To make a donation to the search efforts and a possible reward, click here. 



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