Authorities search for Freehold woman missing since Oct. 30

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Authorities are searching for a 25-year-old Freehold woman who has been missing since Oct. 30.

Stephanie Parze was last seen wearing blue jeans, a burgundy V-neck shirt and a burgundy sweater. She has brown hair and is 4 feet, 11 inches tall. She weighs just over 100 pounds.

Parze’s family says that she was with them on the evening that she went missing and that she left to go home around 10 p.m. They say that they grew concerned after Parze did not text them that she got home safely and when she didn’t show up for work the next day.

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The last known communication from Parze was a Snapchat video of her driving home.

“She left here went back to her house over on Meadowbrook Lane and last we saw her Snapchatted herself driving down there,” says her father Ed Parze. “We happened to see a couple of businesses we recognized, knew she was going home and that's the last we heard of her."

Anyone who may have any information about Parze’s disappearance is asked to call Detective Shawn Murphy of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office at 732-431-7160 ext. 7032, or Detective Daniel Valentine of the Freehold Township Police at 732-462-7908.

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