Search for Mt. Laurel Woman Continues

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Search for Mt. Laurel Woman Continues Police are continuing their search for Doris Daughenbaugh, a Mount Laurel woman who vanished 17 days ago.

Investigators have also released surveillance videotape, hoping it will generate some new leads.

On Wednesday, a state police boat with a sonar unit was used to search for Daughenbaugh in lakes near where she disappeared.

The missing woman was last seen on Nov. 28 at a Super G store at Union Mill and Elbow Lane in Mount Laurel. Surveillance video showed Daughenbaugh entering and leaving the store, but she has not been seen since that time.

Daughenbaugh's purse with $300 in it and her cell phone were found locked in her car in the supermarket's parking lot.

"We have an adult female that's missing and we can't exclude the possibility of foul play and that's why law enforcement gets involved," said Robert Bernardi, the Burlington County prosecutor.

In addition to searching lakes, the state police academy cadets have scoured nearby parks looking for clues to Daughenbaugh's disappearance. Her family and friends have blanketed the area with flyers.

"We have nothing to indicate there has been foul play. We are just trying to cover the bases here," Bernardi said.

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