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Middle Township police seek missing woman

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Police are looking for a missing woman last seen in late August.

Tiffany Huntenburg, 30, of Cape May Court House, was reported missing Aug. 22. She was last seen in the township’s Rio Grande section, police said Friday in a news release.

Huntenburg may be in Atlantic City. She was last contacted Aug. 28, police said.

Huntenburg is a white woman, about 5-foot-10, about 150 pounds, with green eyes and long, blond hair with a pink streak. She was last seen wearing a black, long-sleeve T-shirt, black sweatpants with a white stripe and black-and-white Keds sneakers, police said.

Anyone with information can call police at 609-465-8700.

— Eric Conklin

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