Police Still Seeking Information on Missing Teen

An autistic Ocean City girl has been missing for more than three days as of Saturday afternoon.

The Ocean City Police Department is making a plea for any person who has information on the whereabouts of Natalie Woollerton to please contact their local police department immediately or call the Ocean City (NJ) Police Department at (609) 399-9111.

Wollerton has been missing for more than 72 hours as of Saturday afternoon. She is an autistic child, age 16.

Woollerton may be driving the following vehicle:

  • 2009 Lexus, color blue, IS 250, 4-door, New Jersey Registration Temporary (P101925)

Natalie Woollerton was last seen in the early hours of Wednesday morning (Nov. 28).

Woollerton likely drove away from her mother's residence on the 1500 block of Central Avenue in her mother's car (described above). The vehicle may also have a second license plate: New Jersey SL487K.

Police say Woollerton left the residence voluntarily. Woollerton does not take medication but may become confused if approached by law enforcement or unknown persons, according to police.

She is not believed to have a cell phone or cash. The rear of the vehicle may have damage due to a minor traffic accident.

The girl is 5'7" and 150 pounds. No description of her clothing is available.

Frank Worrell December 02, 2012 at 09:38 PM
Is there something we can do .. The people of Ocean City will get behind any effort that would be helpful.We have loads of org. that can get folks out ..
Curious Mermaid December 02, 2012 at 11:49 PM
Any news yet ? We are praying for her swift and safe return.
Melody LaPier December 03, 2012 at 04:33 AM
I am not understanding the ” may” statements. If the car and keys are missing from the home do the police think that someone else ” may” be with her, leading to the statement ” she may be driving.....” Also, why would it not be known which tag is on the car? Did Mom receive the permanent tags and they are missing also? How much gas was in the car? If she had no cash I would think that the car would have been abandoned on a street by now. There seems to be a lot of unknowns here.
bp December 06, 2012 at 09:10 PM
there were temp tags on the car, there was enough gas in the car and she had money but no phone.


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