By David Madden

HARRISON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Investigators in Gloucester County are hoping you can provide them with the clue that will crack a 13-year-old cold case in the disappearance and presumed murder of a Harrison Township woman.

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Tomiene Jones was a 19-year-old mother who went missing in April 2002. Six months later, the case was listed as a homicide.

Detective Robert Hemphill has worked the case from day one.

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“From early on in the investigation, we believed that she was deceased and we attempted to, obviously, do everything we could to find out where she was.”

That search continues. Jones’s daughter, now 15, lives with her grandparents in Woodstown.

There’s a $10,000 reward for information that leads to whoever’s responsible, but Hemphill says it would help the family just to find Jones’s body.

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You should call the prosecutor’s office or Harrison Township police with any information.