As the disappearance of a New Hope bartender stretches into its fourth day, dozens of volunteers are regrouping to extend the search for her.
Friends, acquaintances, and even people who have never met Sarah Majoras will meet at Rago Arts Center, 333 N. Main St., Lambertville, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.
New search areas will be divided up, according to Joe Ujj, who is coordinating volunteers through a dedicated Facebook page, Find Sarah Majoras.
Anyone who can help search is welcome to come out. Extra hats, gloves and scarves that could aid the volunteers also would be useful, organizers said.
Majoras, 39, disappeared early Saturday morning.
She was last seen leaving John and Peter's at 2 a.m. after spending time there with friends on her night off. A bartender at John and Peter's bar in New Hope for the past 16 years, Majoras is well-loved in the New Hope and Lambertville community.
She left to walk back to North Union Street in Lambertville, where she lives with her boyfriend, Adam Baker, friends say.
Video from the bridge cameras shows Majoras crossing the New Hope-Lambertville bridge into Lambertville, said Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony Kearns III.
But she never made it home that night, and by 2 p.m. Saturday, Lambertville Police were notified that she was missing.
The Lambertville Rescue Squad and Garden State Underwater Search & Rescue began searching the Delaware River on Sunday, Kearns said.
Investigators and search dogs are combing the ground, helicopters are searching from the air, and dive teams are searching the river and the Delaware and Raritan Canal, which cuts through Lambertville.
New Jersey State Police also are using sonar equipment to scan the canal, Kearns said.
As the investigation continues, anyone with any information is asked to contact the Lambertville Police Department at 609-397-3132.
Majoras is 5’ 4” tall and weighs 140 pounds, authorities said. She has blue eyes and blonde hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans, brown leather boots, white cap, and a camouflage jacket.
A PDF file flyer is attached to this story, and may be downloaded and printed out to spread the word about Majoras' disappearance.