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Sarah Majoras hasn't been seen since Saturday morning. Sarah Majoras hasn't been seen since Saturday morning.
An image captured by a surveillance camera shows Majoras early Saturday morning. (Courtesy: Lambertville Police Department) An image captured by a surveillance camera shows Majoras early Saturday morning. (Courtesy: Lambertville Police Department)
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. -

Investigators resumed their search Tuesday for a missing New Jersey woman who hasn't been seen since early Saturday morning.

Searchers from several local and state law enforcement agencies, along with dozens of members of the community have been searching for Sarah Majoras since Sunday.

Police on Tuesday released photos captured from a surveillance camera that show her crossing the New Hope-Lambertville Free Bridge.

Majoras was last seen leaving a local New Hope bar, John and Pete's, on Main Street.

Police say the surveillance video shows her turning north on Lambert Lane.

Investigators say they hope the photos will help to trigger someone's memory.

"It's a small town," Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns said in a statement. "It is possible that someone saw her. Hopefully, we'll get a phone call with some information.

Searchers planned an aerial search for Tuesday. On Monday, a dive team conducted an underwater search.

Majoras is described as a 5'4" woman, weighing 140 pounds. She has blue eyes and blonde hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans, brown leather boots, a white knit cap and a camouflage jacket.

If you have any information on her whereabouts, you're asked to call the Lambertville Police Department at 609-397-3132.

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