Passaic woman with epilepsy told police she was lost and is now missing FOUND

UPDATE:  1/16/16 – Police have stated that Devorah’s body was found in a car that was submerged in the Passaic River on Saturday.   Officials say her car careened off a steep embankment in Wallington before crashing into the water. 

Original story:  Devorah Stubin, 22, from Passaic has been missing from Maywood since January 15, 2016, according to North Jersey news.  She left her home around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday to go pick up her brother who was at a Parkway rest stop near mile marker 151.   Devorah was stopped by the police at Central Avenue and Esplanade for driving without her headlights off at 8:43 p.m.  She called her mother at that time and asked they pick up her brother.  She told the police officer she was lost and he gave her directions back to the Garden State freeway reports NJ.com and followed her to Summit Avenue.  Devorah has not been seen since.

On Friday volunteers form the Jewish orthodox community in Passaic and Clifton began searching for Devorah.  She was driving a 1998 gray Mitsubishi Galant with a sunroof and peeling paint and gray tape, and a orange and gray striped tape around the antenna, with New Jersey plates K40-FPH.  They have not been able to find her with her cell phone as it was turned off or ran out of power.  Devorah has epilepsy.  She is wearing a black sweater and skirt, pink wool coat, rainbow sneakers, and gold-rim glasses. She is 5 foot 2 inches in height, and weighs 110 pounds.
She has dark brown hair
If you see the car of Devorah please call the Passaic police at 973-365-3932.

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