***7 AM UPDATE: Toms River Police say the woman reported missing on Wednesday has been found and they're no longer looking for her and her car. Details of how and where she was found have not been released yet.

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Toms River Police are hoping the public can help them find a woman reported missing on Wednesday.

Authorities say Mary A. Stonehill may have been at Double Trouble State Park in Berkeley Township yesterday and may also be driving a 2010 Hyundai Elantra with jersey plates: ZNC 49U.

Mary Stonehill of Toms River. (Toms River Police Department)

Information still to be revealed include her age and the manner in which she disappeared.

Mary is the second township resident to go missing this month after 79-year old Martha Hesse left her Holiday City home and never returned.

Hesse's car was found abandoned that day and her body two days later but no official cause of death is known in that case but police didn't believe it to be suspicious.

Anyone with any information on the possible whereabouts of Mary Stonehill is asked to call Detective James Carey at 732-349-0150 Extension 1292 or the Watch Commander at Extension 1020.

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