NJ Veteran Still Missing Weeks After a Bar Incident

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A U.S. Army veteran is still missing after being asked to leave a bar in New Jersey back on December 2nd.

U.S. Army veteran, Lance James, 29, of Camden County, N.J., was physically removed from the Hideaway Tavern at 263 White Horse Ave, Clementon, NJ, after an unknown altercation with a fellow patron. They sent him away without his coat and cell phone, which were still in the bar. James walked home and was last seen on a surveillance video near his apartment.

His sister, who started a GoFundMe page to raise reward money for help finding him, said  “Lance never made it home that night. It’s almost like he completely vanished. He did not show up for work, call out or pick up his pay check. Lance did not reach out to anyone by any means, neither friends or family have heard from him since.  Lance does not own a car.”

Now, weeks later with no sign of James, the NJ State police have become involved in the missing persons investigation.

Lance James served a year in both Iraq and Afghanistan before leaving the Marines in 2012.

James does suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.

So far his sister has raised $3,840 of a $5,000 goal.

Here is a link to the page: GoFundMe

 

H/T: NJ101.5.com

 

 

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