Police in Galloway Township are asking for your help in locating or providing any information that can help them find 46-year-old Heather Kaczynski who suffered a concussion last week and her family is concerned about her well-being.

She was last known to be at her home on Liebig Avenue on Thursday around 5:00 pm but when family showed up to her door around 11:00 pm last night, she was gone.

Heather is described as 5' 1", weighs about 120 lbs., and has honey brown hair.

"The family is concerned for Heather’s safety as she suffered a head injury within the last week and has been dealing with post-concussion related symptoms. Heather has been on medications and it is unclear at this time if she has her needed medication. Heather’s phone and I-watch were left behind as well as her purse and identification," Galloway Police said in a statement.

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Galloway Police, the Galloway Ambulance Squad as well as volunteers from Galloway Fire Deparmtents and the Atlantic County Sheriff's Department, who provided a blood hound, all searched for Heather but have been unable to find her to this point.

A NJ State Police Aviation Helicopter and Detectives from Pleasantville Police also assisted in the search.

Anyone with information should contact the Galloway Police Dispatch Center (609) 652-3705 extension 1.

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