Police seek new clues in ‘suspicious’ 2009 death of Camden woman
Authorities still don't know what led to the suspicious death of Stephanie Rosado, or how the Camden woman's remains ended up in a location along the Delaware River seven years ago, but they're hoping the public will be able to provide additional clues.
Rosado, who went by the nickname "Star," was last seen around April 12, 2009. She was 26 years old at the time. According to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, her body was later found along the Delaware River and positively identified, but her death remains a mystery.
Authorities say she was 5’01’’ and weighed 120 pounds. Police say they are hoping the public will be able to provide information as they continue to investigate Rosado's "suspicious" death.
Anyone with information that might help with the investigation is asked to contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Sgt. Paul Audino at 856-225-8449 or Camden County Police Sergeant Janelle Simpson 856-757-7042. The public can also send tips via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Prosecutor's Office did not immediately respond to an inquiry regarding the possible cause of Rosado's death, how long she had been near the river before her remains were found or who discovered her.
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