Galloway Police say missing woman has been dealing with post concussion symptoms
Sunday morning Update:
Heather Kaczynski has been found, according to Galloway Police, and brought to Atlantic County Regional Medical Center for further evaluation.
Original article below.
Police in Galloway Township are asking for your help in locating or providing any information that can help them find 46-year old Heather Kaczynski who suffered a concussion last week and her family is concerned about her well-being.
She was last known to be at her home on Liebig Avenue on Thursday around 5:00 pm but when family showed up to her door around 11:00 pm last night, she was gone.
Heather is described as 5'1, weighs about 120 lbs and has honey brown hair.
"The family is concerned for Heather’s safety as she suffered a head injury within the last week and has been dealing with post-concussion related symptoms. Heather has been on medications and it is unclear at this time if she has her needed medication. Heather’s phone and I-watch were left behind as well as her purse and identification," Galloway Police said in a statement.
Galloway Police, the Galloway Ambulance Squad as well as volunteers from Galloway Fire Deparmtents and the Atlantic County Sheriff's Department, who provided a blood hound, all searched for Heather but have been unable to find her to this point.
A NJ State Police Aviation Helicopter and Detectives from Pleasantville Police also assisted in the search.
Anyone with information should contact the Galloway Police Dispatch Center (609) 652-3705 extension 1.
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