16 Year Old Natalie Woollerton Missing Since November 28, 2012 in Ocean City, NJ


16 year old Natalie Woollerton has been missing since Wednesday, November 28, 2012 in Ocean City, NJ. last seen this past Wednesday morning, November 28th. Natalie was last seen when she  voluntarily drove away from her home on the 1500 block of Central Avenue in Ocean City. She was driving her mother’s 2009 light blue Lexus IS250 with temporary New Jersey license plate P101925 or  a second NJ license plate of SL487K.  The rear of her mother’s Lexus may have damage due to a minor traffic accident. It is being reported that  Natalie has no driving experience and  is autistic.

Natalie is described as a 5-foot-7, white female weighing about 150 lbs. with brown hair and eyes.

Natalie Woollerton – Missing

Capt. Steven Ang of the Ocean City Police Department told the Cape May County Herald, “Natalie does not take any medications but may become confused if approached by law enforcement or unknown persons. Natalie does not have any driving experience and may be confused when driving on highways.”

If you have any information, please contact the Ocean City Police Department at (609) 399-9111.

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    One Response to “16 Year Old Natalie Woollerton Missing Since November 28, 2012 in Ocean City, NJ”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on December 2nd, 2012 1:18 pm

      Missing for four and one-half days is not a good sign. Maybe someone will be kind and protective of the child.

      The families with children with this type of problem should never allow them to have access to car keys.

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