Police continue searching Staten Island park for signs of missing Freehold woman

Monmouth County officials and the NYPD are continuing their search of a Staten Island park for signs of a Freehold woman who went missing in October.

News 12 Staff

Nov 13, 2019, 11:11 PM

Updated 1,647 days ago

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Police continue searching Staten Island park for signs of missing Freehold woman
Monmouth County officials and the NYPD are continuing their search of a Staten Island park for signs of a Freehold woman who went missing in October.
Investigators focused on Long Pond Park Wednesday as they look into what happened to Stephanie Parze.
Parze was last seen on Oct. 30 leaving a family gathering. Her family says that she posted a Snapchat video driving home and that this was the last communication they had with her.
Police say that they have spoken to a person of interest, but no arrests have been made in connection with her disappearance.


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