Family searches for Freehold woman last seen Wednesday

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A family is searching for a woman from Freehold who has been missing since Wednesday.

The family says 25-year-old Stephanie Parze, along with some family members, went to see a medium Wednesday night.

They say they went back to their parents' house around 10 p.m. that night. From there, Parze drove to her home on Meadowbrook Lane, which is about 10 minutes away. Her father says the last they saw of her was a Snapchat of her driving home.

Her parents told News 12 she was likely with a man she had been seeing on and off.

Her mother says her phone was found at Parze's house, along with her car.

"She would never go out of the house without her phone," said her mother Sharlene Parze. "And she was supposed to be at work and she never showed up. Everything is just not her. You know, and I had just left her. And she was supposed to text me when she got home and she never did, but we know that she made it home because her car was in the driveway."

Flyers placed around the neighborhood describe Parze as 4 feet, 11 inches tall, weighing 115 pounds with brown eyes and hair. She was last seen wearing jeans, a burgundy v-neck shirt and burgundy sweater.

The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office is asking anyone with information to contact their office or the Freehold Township police.

 

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