Feb 23, 2021
SEEN HIM? New Jersey State Police Seek Hunterdon Man Missing For Days
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New Jersey State Police have issued an alert for a 53-year-old Hunterdon County man they say has been missing for several days.
Czarnecki is 180 pounds with a light complexion, police said.He was last seen wearing a blue Eddie Bauer jacket, blue sweater, jeans, and black boots.
Czarnecki’s last location may have been near New Hope, PA, police said.
Anyone with information about Czarnecki’s whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Pierre Toma or Trooper Angela Correia of NJSP Kingwood Station at 908-996-2864. Anonymous tips are welcome.
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Missing man tracked down after police uncover hidden message on Christmas card
A MISSING man was tracked down thanks to movie-style detective work after police uncovered a hidden message on a Christmas card.
Officers were desperately hunting a 67-year-old man from Crook, County Durham, who they believed was heading to the Northumberland area.1Cops found details of the missing man in a Christmas card when they scoured his postCredit: Getty Images - Getty
But with no mobile phone and no other leads, hopes to find him had started to fade.
In a desperate hunt for clues, PC Bruno Lee and PC Martin Coates of Bishop Auckland’s D Relief team decided to check the man’s post, Chronicle Live reports.
Officers found a Christmas card and on holding it up to the light, noticed the faint imprint of a word and a phone number.
It appeared somebody had been resting on the card while writing a note, leaving an indent on the card beneath.
From the hidden message, the officers were able to make out a phone number in the Alnwick area.
The team carried out further checks to find an address, which ultimately led them to the missing man.
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Bishop Auckland Response Inspector David Littlefair said: "When someone is reported missing it is a worrying time for family and friends and officers will do everything they can to reunite people as quickly as possible.
"Because of the officers’ thoroughness, the missing person was quickly spoken to who confirmed he was safe and well, resulting in a positive outcome and bringing the long investigation to a successful close.
"It’s the kind of thing you see in the movies but it really does show how dedicated our officers are and sometimes you just have to follow your gut instincts – well done Bruno and Martin!"Man reported missing after he was spotted on security camera entering his San Francisco home – but never leaving