Missing Couple Found Dead In Woods By Their Home

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The bodies of a New Jersey couple who had been missing for two weeks were found Tuesday in a wooded area by their home.

Lorraine Parker, 60, and Gary Parker, 67, were last seen the week of Nov. 15, reported. (RELATED: REPORT: Remains Of Missing Mother Found More Than 2 Months After Disappearance)

The bodies of the Parker couple were found near their home in Warren Grove around 1 p.m. Tuesday when police sent out a department drone to search the ground, according to

The Stafford Township Police Department (STPD) claim to have no suspicions of foul play and possibilities for cause of death have not been made public. The bodies of the couple are scheduled for autopsies this week, according to the outlet.

Several emergency crews and law enforcement officers had attempted to find the missing couple, reported. ATVs and a New Jersey State Police helicopter had been used in the search as well.

“We have searched hundreds of acres of the Pine Barrens,” Stafford police Capt. James Vaughn said, according to “We have used a walking grid search, quads and other off-road vehicles (as well as) drones and air support.”

“Our department sends its condolences to the Parker’s family and friends,” Stafford police said, according to a Facebook post.