Gloucester County Police Searching For Man Reported Missing Under ‘Unusual’ Circumstances
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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (CBS) – Police in Gloucester County are reaching out to the public for information on a man who went missing under what they’re calling “unusual” circumstances.
Sixty-two-year-old Michael R. Miller, a resident of the Washington Way Apartments in Washington Township, was reported missing by the property manager of the apartment complex on Nov. 19th, 2012.
The manager also noted that Miller had not been seen or heard from in about two months and was two months behind in rent. Miller’s Toyota Camry was still at the apartment complex and his cell phone was inside the unit.
Miller lived alone as of September and had previously shared the apartment with a son and a friend of the son.
Miller is about 5’9” and 185 lbs with gray hair and blue eyes. He wears metal-rimmed eyeglasses on a rope chain with a pendant depicting the Hebrew letters that translate as “Chai,” meaning “life.”
Police say Miller was divorced and on disability and was known to frequent the Lucky Dragon and Johnny’s Pizza in Washington Township. His son now resides in Woodlynne, NJ.
Anyone who has seen Michael Miller since 11/19/12 or has information about his current location is asked to contact Det. Stacie Lick of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at (856) 384-5608 or Det. Tim Breen of the Washington Township PD at (856) 589-0330. Anonymous tips can be texted to: GLOTIP +your message to CRIMES (274637).