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Search ongoing for missing hunter in southern New Jersey

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STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) -- Authorities continue to search for an elderly man who went missing while hunting at a park in southern New Jersey last week.

Barnett Zeldin, 74, of Mays Landing was hunting by himself at the Warren Grove Recreation Area, a 617-acre parcel of undeveloped wilderness in Burlington and Ocean counties, state police said.

Zeldin was reported missing Friday, and authorities believe he was in the Burlington County side of the park when he disappeared. But an exhaustive search of the area over the weekend produced few clues.

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