Search Continues for Missing Warren Grove Couple


Victoria Ford
November 27, 2021

Gary and Lorraine Parker (Supply: Stafford Township Police Section)
Gary and Lorraine Parker of Warren Grove have been missing because Tuesday, Nov. 23. Legislation enforcement officers have not stopped searching for them, on foot and with ATVs, K9s and plane, even in the course of the Thanksgiving getaway, according to Stafford Township Law enforcement Capt. James Vaughn. “Detectives are conducting interviews and subsequent any potential customers or strategies. So far, nothing at all,” he mentioned.
Stafford Township Police Department’s Detective Bureau and the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Workplace are dealing with the investigation. The married few look to have long gone for a journey on their all-terrain car or truck in the woods in close proximity to their home and have not returned. The ATV was uncovered, with Gary’s shotgun strapped to it, but no trace of the Parkers. They are not considered to have been hunting. Vaughn mentioned police have been conducting a grid lookup in the vicinity of the Parkers’ home, working with a number of drones, maybe with thermal imaging.
Earlier in the 7 days, the couple’s daughters, Lindsay and Hayley Parker, notified community law enforcement and took to Facebook with a plea to support obtain their mother and father.
Officers in Stafford’s ATV Device, with the assistance of the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department’s ATV Device and Point out Law enforcement aircraft, carried out off-highway lookups in the Warren Grove spot. On Wednesday, they turned the case around to the detective bureau and prosecutor’s place of work.
Law enforcement do not want users of the general public assisting in the lookup but any one with expertise of the couple’s whereabouts is requested to phone 609-597-8581 or Det. Sergeant Neil McKenna at 609-597-1189, extension 8440. Police welcome any information that may well be helpful or present clues.  —V.F.

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