Help find her! Missing NJ woman could be headed to Asbury Park
FRANKLIN BOROUGH (Sussex County) — The search continues for a woman last seen at a Sussex County Starbucks last Thursday.
Franklin Borough Police said Tammy Y. Kim, 26, was last seen at the coffee chain's Route 23 store last Thursday around 10 a.m. waiting for a ride from her parents. Kim does not have a driver license, according to police.
Her cell phone was found three miles away at the Sussex Bank corporate offices on Munsonhurst Road in Franklin in an unoccupied building, and her laptop was found in a nearby store front, police said. Police also have surveillance footage showing her in a nearby laundromat.
Kim is described by police as an Asian female, approximately 5 feet and 5 inches tall, 160 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a brown T-shirt with a floral pattern, grey capri style pants and brown sandals, and carrying a Felix the Cat purse.
Friend Kathy Saradian on Facebook said Kim may have had a bad reaction to her medication and may be disoriented. She also liked taking the ferry to New York from Weehawken and could be headed there. Police told the New Jersey Herald that Kim also had friends in Asbury Park.
Her mother Christine Kim told ABC 7 that Kim was "off" before she went to Starbucks. "She was more emotional than usual. She was crying," Christine Kim said.
Franklin Township asked anyone with information to contact them at 973-827-7700.