Close this search box.

Friday, June 21, 2024


Police Looking for Missing Cape May Mailman

Corey McFadden
Courtesy Wall Township Police Department’s Facebook page

Corey McFadden

By Herald Staff

ERMA – Lower Township police and Wall Township police are working to locate a missing Cape May mail carrier whose car was found abandoned on the Garden State Parkway (GSP) in Monmouth County.
Published reports say Corey McFadden, 33, of Villas, left his home without his wallet or cell phone and started driving north on the GSP. An article posted on carried the headline reading, “Cape May, NJ, Mailman Missing; Car Found in Monmouth County.”
Lower Township Police Department (LTPD) posted on its Facebook page that they are seeking the public’s assistance in locating McFadden, who was reported missing by co-workers May 1 after not showing up for work.
“The investigation has led police to believe he may have made his way to northern New Jersey. However, it is unknown if he is still in the Cape May County area,” the LTPD page says.
The WPG report said the last anyone spoke to McFadden was April 28. The Wall Township police located his car April 30 on the side of the GSP at mile marker 96.4 in Wall Township. The article said the keys were in the car but McFadden was gone. Efforts to locate his trail with tracking dogs were hampered by rain that apparently eliminated any scent.
Wall Township Police Department asked residents in the area to check any residential security camera footage they might have. It’s not known if McFadden tried to continue going north toward New York City, or if he tried to return to his home in Cape May County.
McFadden is described as 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. If anyone has any information, they are urged to contact Lower Township police at 609-886-2711.

Spout Off

Del Haven – Convicted felons should not be allowed to run for office . They can’t own a gun , So why should they be allowed to run for political office. Isn’t that like letting the fox into the chicken coop

Read More

Del Haven – Digital World has issued this warning to investors about the merger with Trump’s Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG): The Trump Taj Mahal filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1991. The Trump…

Read More

Avalon – Here’s a suggested quiz for the schoolchildren of Louisiana: ‘Look at the poster on the wall of the Ten Commandments and write down the total number Donald Trump has broken.

Read More

Most Read

Print Edition

Recommended Articles

Skip to content