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A dive team searched a canal in New Hope after a New Jersey woman was reported missing in the area over the weekend. A dive team searched a canal in New Hope after a New Jersey woman was reported missing in the area over the weekend.
Searchers gather Monday to continue their search for missing Sarah Majoras. Searchers gather Monday to continue their search for missing Sarah Majoras.
NEW HOPE, Pa. -

Police used cell phone signals and surveillance video as part of their search for a missing woman who was last seen early Saturday morning in New Hope.

Search crews returned to the area Monday as they continue to look for Sarah Majoras, who was last seen leaving John and Peter's, a New Hope bar on Main Street.

Police say she works at the bar, but was not working at the time she was last seen.

Searchers on Monday found a pair of eyeglasses, but say they did not belong to Majoras.

Police plan to resume their search Tuesday along the canal using sonar equipment.

Its believed Majoras got across the New Hope-Lambertville Free Bridge, but her boyfriend said she never made it home.

Local and state police were part of a large search for much of Sunday. FOX 29's Dave Kinchen reports crews focused a part of their search on a canal in the area.

Members of the New Hope community, along with friends of Majoras, also searched Sunday. Updates were regularly posted to a New Hope events Facebook page. The family even created a special Twitter hashtag as part of their search.

Friends say Majoras typically would walk home by crossing the bridge and then making a left onto N. Union Street in Lambertville, where she lives. Friends say it's unlikely for her not to have gone home.

Stay with myfoxphilly.com and FOX 29 News for updates on the search Monday.

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