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Police seek missing N.J. man who was on his way to visit family in Londonderry

March 11. 2018 1:00PM
Police said William Masters, 61, is a heavy-set man with black hair who recently grew a moustache. 

MANCHESTER — Police in several states are asking the public’s help to find a New Jersey man who disappeared Saturday while on his way to see family in Londonderry, officials said.

Londonderry relatives of William Masters, 61, had expected he would be arriving to visit them by Saturday afternoon.

But no one has seen Masters since he stopped at a gas station on Harvey Road in Manchester Saturday morning and appeared disoriented according to witnesses.

Masters was last seen driving a black Hyundai Tuscon with the New Jersey license plate Y29JKL.

A heavy-set man, Masters has black hair and recently grew a moustache, police said.

Family members told police that Masters has a history of strokes and they said his cell phone has been going right to voicemail.

Masters had left his home in Franklin Township, N.J., early Friday morning, officials said.

Anyone with information about him is urged to call local police or dispatchers in Franklin Township at (856) 694-1414.

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