The NJ’s missing persons list dates back to 1962 – have you seen any?

For more than two years, Cumberland County investigators have been baffled by the disappearance of then 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez from a park in Bridgeton.

Alavez’s case has received sporadic attention since then, when there is an anniversary or when a potential new lead emerges, but the girl, who is now believed to be 7, has never been found.

Yet she is just one of 89 people New Jersey State Police are tracking on their missing persons list, a database dating back nearly six decades.

Anyone can browse the list and search by name, gender, country or last contact date.

Here are the names of the 89 people the NJSP classifies as missing, some of whom have been reported by New Jersey 101.5 in the past.

If you have information on any of them or would like a name added to the list, contact the NJSP Missing Persons Unit at 609-882-2000, ext. 2554, or [email protected]

New Jersey Missing Persons – Have You Seen Them?

Patrick Lavery is the anchor for the New Jersey 101.5 afternoon news. Follow it on Twitter @ plavery1015 or send an email to [email protected]

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