Police Seek Help in Finding Missing New Milford Woman
New Milford Police are asking the public's help in finding a woman they say went missing on Feb. 8.
New Milford Police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 68-year-old New Milford woman.
Alice Klee is described as a white female, five feet five inches tall and weighs approximately 125 pounds. She has blonde hair and green eyes.
According to police, Klee went missing on Feb. 8. She was last seen near the intersection of Main Street and Prospect Avenue. Police report that her keys and her cell phone were found inside her house, and there has been no activity on her bank card.
New Milford Detective-Lieutenant Frank Ramaci said that Klee is known for feeding stray animals such as cats and birds, and has been reported to look into dumpsters for unknown reasons.
The Bergen County K-9 Unit searched the wooded area where Klee feeds stray animals, but the search came up empty handed.
"We've also checked all of the area hospitals and morgues," Ramaci said. Still, they have no clue to her whereabouts.
New Milford Chief of Police Frank Papapietro said that although Klee's car was found at her home, neighbors think that she may also have a two-door white Chevy Cavalier with New Jersey license plate number WGG15W.
"We're asking for the public's help in locating Alice Klee," Papapietro said. "We're hoping that somebody out there might possess information that could lead us to finding Alice."
Anyone with information on Alice Klee is asked to call the New Milford Police Detective Bureau 201-261-1400.