EXCLUSIVE: Family Of Man Who Went Missing In New Hope In 2000 Speaks To Eyewitness News
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By Elizabeth Hur
LAMBERTVILLE, NJ (CBS) – For Elizabeth and Carl Anderson, questions still linger after learning a search is under way for 39-year-old Sarah Majoras, where their son, David, lost his life nearly 13 years ago.
Elizabeth Anderson said, “It’s unbelievable. It’s really eerie what’s happening. It does seem strange she crossed the bridge and no one knows what happened.”
David was 31-years-old and, by all accounts, familiar with the New Hope area. That’s one reason why the Andersons still wonder what went wrong during the early morning hours in July 2000.
Elizabeth Anderson recalled, “It was sort of raining. He had an umbrella, he was walking across, the bridge master saw him and then he didn’t.”
Carl Anderson added, “He had everything on him. He had his wallet, and so they didn’t suspect foul play, the officer said. Seems odd. This is the same pattern. We don’t know what happened to David. We can only go by what the police and township said.”
All they know for certain is that David was on his way to a friend’s house. Now, they’ve learned that friend could be the same person Majoras is dating. For them, it’s simply a strange coincidence, and for now, their thoughts remain with their son and their hearts heavy for the Majoras family.
Elizabeth said, “We just hope and pray they find her, alive.”
They also hope the Majoras family gets answers through a thorough investigation so that, in their words, another family will not be left spending years wondering what happened.