Police Seek Help Identifying Woman Found on New Jersey Street With No Memory of Who She Is

A woman unable to say who she is or from where she came was found on a New Jersey street by police, who have taken to social media in the hopes of learning her identity.
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A woman unable to say who she is or from where she came was found on a New Jersey street by police, who have taken to social media in the hopes of learning her identity and finding her family.

Officers with the Norwood Police department found the woman on Livingston Street Tuesday. 

“Unfortunately, she doesn’t know who she is,” police said in a Facebook post.

The woman said she was involved in a car crash in Washington state about a year ago and had been walking from the West Coast ever since, New Jersey State police said. 

She also referred to herself as a veteran, who may have served in Bosnia, according to authorities.

Any information police could glean from the woman was entered into all law enforcement databases and missing persons organizations, officials said. 

The woman is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. She is believed to be between the ages of 40 and 50, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She had a green bag with her. 

“Please share this photo and maybe we can get her home!!” Norwood police wrote. 

Police Thursday thanked tipsters for their help in the case, saying, "We appreciate the numerous leads and we are checking them all.” 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Norwood Police at 201-768-0850. Calls can be made anonymously.

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