5/7/16 – Angelina’s remains were found. The body that was found last Sunday in Tabernacle by Greater Philadelphia Search and Rescue, was identified as belonging to her. Although I am not familiar with this area, looking at a map, Tabernacle is about 20 miles from where Angelina was living.
Posted on Facebook: “The body found today was not our intended target, but was able to find closure for another family,” the county search and rescue team posted. “Amidst a very cold, wet & rainy day, we had mutual aid from our friends at Greater Philly Search & Rescue, Tabernacle Fire, Philadelphia Search & Recovery Dogs.”
Original story: Angelina “Angel” Cocuzza, 61, disappeared from her home at the Lumberton Independent Living campus on Route 38 near Madison Avenue on Jan. 18.
She is described as 5-foot-5 inches tall and weighs approximately 115 pounds. She may have cut her hair. Police say Cocuzza suffers from depression as well as other medical conditions which place her in jeopardy.
Cocuzza does not have a car or a cell phone.
Anyone with information about Cocuzza’s whereabouts is asked to call Lumberton Township Police at (609) 267-8300 or the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit at (609) 265-7113.
UPDATE: 5/13/13 – The body of a white male hit by a high-speed passenger train and discovered this morning “meets all the physical characteristics” of missing East Windsor 18-year-old Riley Branstrom, township police said. The […]