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Officials continue search for 11-year-old Middle Township boy who disappeared almost 30 years ago
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Officials continue search for 11-year-old Middle Township boy who disappeared almost 30 years ago

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Maureen Himebaugh

Maureen Himebaugh has old photos and age-enhanced photos of her missing son Mark, hanging on her refrigerator at home. Eleven-year-old Mark Himebaugh disappeared Nov. 25, 1991, near his house in Del Haven.

Middle Township police on Monday asked anyone with information about the 1991 disappearance of a young boy to come forward.

Mark Himebaugh, 11, went missing Nov. 25, 1991, police said in a news release. He was in his Del Haven neighborhood when he was last seen walking about 4 p.m. toward the playground in the county park by a guard there. “This was the last time and the last person to see Mark alive,” police said.

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Township police, the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office and the FBI are still investigating.

Anyone with information can call police at 609-465-8700, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-843-5678, Cape May County Crime Stoppers at 609-463-2800 or the Prosecutor’s Office at 609-465-1135. Anonymous tips can be texted to 888777; put “tips mtpdtips” in the text field.

— Molly Bilinski

Contact: 609-272-7241

mbilinski@pressofac.com

Twitter @ACPressMollyB

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Staff Writer

My beat is public safety, following police and crime. I started in January 2018 here at the Press covering Egg Harbor and Galloway townships. Before that, I worked at the Reading Eagle in Reading, Pa., covering crime and writing obituaries.

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