A  body believed to be that of missing Lambertville bartender Sarah Majoras has been found.

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony Kearns (WPVI TV)

In a press conference early Wednesday evening, Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony Kearns announced a body matching Majoras' description was found in the Delaware and Raritan Canal around 5 p.m by a member of the New Jersey State Police TEAMS diving unit

Kearns said the Hunterdon County Medical Examiner's Office will make a positive identification and determine if foul play was involved in her death. “While we have no substantial evidence of foul play, our minds remain open, we are looking at all possibilities, and we continue to pursue any information we can in an attempt to make sense of what might have happened," said Kearns in a press release.

The Spirit Of Lambertville and New Hope

Volunteers organize their search for Sarah Majoras in Lambertville (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)

All along Kearns treated the case as a missing person incident as friends and law enforcement agencies continued to search the area for her.

Today prosecutors urged issued a "plea to the good people of New Hope and Lambertville," to come forward with any information relating to the 39-year-old Majoras' disappearance and was encouraged by the "spirit" of New Hope and Lambertville in the search for her.

Kearns confirmed that a boot matching Sarah Majoras' footwear had been found today near the Lambertville Station on Bridge Street at the end of the bridge.

Majoras disappeared early Saturday morning after leaving John & Peter's Bar in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Surveillance cameras captured her walking across the bridge at 2 a.m. Saturday morning and crossing a street near home. She never made it there and her boyfriend called police on Saturday afternoon.

Reflect, Grieve and Reach Out

Sarah Majoras (Facebook)

The Find Sarah Majoras Facebook page that was created as the search began posted a statement echoing Kearns comment about the community.

"It's excruciatingly hard to say that the search for Sarah might be over but we can not abandon the family that we have created over the past 4 days and for most - over the past 16 years. This community is testament alone to the overwhelming Love that we had for Sarah, the same Love that she showed all of us day in and day out. We ask that you reflect and grieve and reach out for support if you need it."

The page, with over 10,000 friends in just 4 days,  served as a clearing house of information about the case and organizing searches for Majoras.

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