Search efforts continued this morning for a Greenwich Township man last seen Sunday, police said.
K-9 units set out about 8 o'clock to look for Matthew Klouser, 48, of the 600 block of South Main Street, who relatives saw about noon Sunday.
Klouser suffers from a medical condition that could be fatal if he doesn't have the proper medication, Chief Richard Guzzo said. It is unclear if Klouser had his medication when he disappeared, Guzzo said. He would not further describe the condition.
Using Stecker Field as a command center, authorities searched until 11 p.m. Monday, following a day of helicopter, rescue personnel and K-9 unit searches.
Matthew Klouser has an urgent medical condition, police report.
Volunteers aided in the search for Klouser, who is the lieutenant of the Stewartsville Volunteer Fire Co. Members of his company as well as the Lopatcong and Pohatcong township fire departments and other volunteers joined the search Monday, Guzzo said. Volunteers are not in the fields, so as not to interfere with dog searches, he said.
Klouser is 5 feet 4 inches tall and was last seen wearing blue jeans, a T-shirt and work boots. Greenwich Township police ask anyone with information to call 908-454-1054.