Police & Fire

Missing Girl Could Have Left Madison Train Station Outbound


MADISON, NJ - A Nixle Alert sent out by the Madison Police Department Saturday morning urges anyone with information to come forward on a missing person, female, 16 years old.  The girl is described to be a "light skinned, bi-racial female, 5' 2" 110 lbs. long black hair & glasses."

The girl was last seen a approximately 1a.m. in the early morning Saturday hour. 

The missing girl is "possibly wearing a gray zip hooded sweatshirt and blue sweatpants and may have taken NJ Transit train outbound from Madison station to an unknown destination". 

Any information please contact MPD @ 973-593-3000

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