Teen runs away from South Jersey group home
HADDON HEIGHTS — Police are looking for the second South Jersey teenager to go missing this week.
Ariana Marquette, 19, of Cinnaminson, left the Youth Consultation Services group home on East Atlantic Avenue in Haddon Heights on Tuesday afternoon, according Haddon Heights police. She may have been headed towards Audubon.
She has dirty-blond hair, is about 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 125 pounds. Marquette was last seen wearing a pink top and black pants.
Her mother Danielle Marquette said on Facebook that Marquette has the "intellectual ability of an elementary age child."
Police asked anyone with information about Marquette's whereabouts to call them at 856-547-2222 or the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office at 609-381-2499 or the Haddon Heights Police Department at (856) 547-2222.
Hannah Jones, a 14-year-girl from Florence remained missing on Friday five days since she was last seen.
Her mother wrote that Jones has no fear of strangers or strange places and is attracted to “big city street life” because she thinks it is glamorous. Roseanne Joy also wrote it’s not the first time she has not returned home.
Florence Police asked anyone with information about Jones' whereabouts to call 609-499-3131.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.
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