State Police Ask Public's Help Locating a Vehicle in Connection with Ongoing Case

Vehicle being sought by New Jersey State Police

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The New Jersey State Police posted the following on its Facebook page Feb. 11, 2020:

The Marine Services Bureau and Troop “A” T.E.A.M.S Unit recovered the vehicle that belonged to Quanyaves Lindsay in the Manumuskin River in Maurice River Township, Cumberland County. There is no additional information available at this time.

Original article:

WOODBINE - The New Jersey State Police is seeking the public’s assistance locating a vehicle that was driven by a victim whose remains were recovered in Cumberland County.

According to the State Police Facebook page, on Jan. 11, troopers from Port Norris Station, recovered human remains from a creek near Spring Garden Road in Maurice River Township, Cumberland County.

On Jan. 16, the victim was identified as Quanyaves Lindsay, 41, of Egg Harbor City.

Lindsay was reported missing Nov. 24 and was last seen leaving a residence on Hands Mill Road in Woodbine. He was driving a 2015 Green Dodge Challenger "Hellcat" with New Jersey plates C74LVU.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sgt. Robert Booth of the New Jersey State Police Major Crimes South Unit at 609-610-4025.

This investigation is not related to the recovered human remains in Salem City, Salem County.


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