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Friday, October 14, 2005
Developing News Lead in Disappearance of South Jersey Woman A man photographed by security cameras may have key information about a missing Marlton woman. Marianne DeMartin, 52, a regional manager for a clothing retailer, was reported missing by relatives on Sept. 25. Her car was gone, but her purse, credit cards, identification and cell phone were still in her apartment. Four days later, her black Mustang convertible was found parked behind the Avian Plaza shopping center in Voorhees, about a mile from her apartment.
Security cameras captured the image of a man in the car, as well as a man walking nearby. Police hope the walker, who is not a suspect, may be a helpful witness. Anyone with information is asked to call Evesham police at 856-983-1118 or the Citizens Confidential Tip Line at 856-983-4699.