Englewood, NJ - Authorities Searching for Missing Orthodox New Jersey Teen
Englewood, NJ – Authorities in New York and New Jersey need assistance in finding a missing person.
Caroline Starkman, an 18-year-old Touro College student from a modern Orthodox Jewish family in Englewood, NJ, disappeared after spending Shabbos in Brooklyn on the weekend of July 6th.
According to the missing person’s flyer, Starkman is described as 5’5” – 5’6” and weighs between 110 and 115 pounds. She has long blond hair, blue eyes, a 4-inch scar above her right big toe, and a beauty mark above her right eye.
Starkman also goes by the name Vicki or Victoria. Her shul, Congregation Ahavath Torah of Englewood, is offering $10,000 for her safe return.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Starkman filed a missing person’s report after their daughter’s disappearance, but “made the decision to issue a public appeal for assistance…as circumstances have developed.
Nothing has materialized…no concrete leads,” said Rabbi Shmuel Golden of Ahavath Torah, according to a report in the Jewish Week.
Her parents, Cherie and Steven, are distraught, but are lifted up by the outpouring of support and concern on Facebook, said a family friend. You can help by keeping Caroline in your heart, thoughts and prayers.
Her Hebrew name is Chana Eliana bat Chava Raizal.
If you have any information about Caroline Starkman’s whereabouts, Please call
Det. Barry Miller at the Englewood Police Department, (201) 568-4875 or (201) 871-6416;
Private investigator Jerry Clarke, (845) 264-5105 or (866) 357-4769
New York State Missing Persons organization, (877) 657-6481.