Missing New Jersey bartender Sarah Majoras reportedly made it across bridge

Sarah Majoras was last seen near the Delaware River. (Courtesy: Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office)

Sarah Majoras was last seen near the Delaware River. (Courtesy: Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office)

A missing woman and popular bartender was reportedly captured on surveillance video walking across a bridge connecting Pennsylvania with New Jersey before she disappeared.

Sarah Majoras, 39, was last seen at 2 a.m. Saturday crossing the river on a bridge that links the communities of New Hope, Pa., where Majoras works as a bartender and Lambertville, N.J., where she lives.

Investigators say security footage shows Majoras made it across the bridge above the Delaware River at about 2:30 a.m., according to a local media report. She is reportedly seen on video entering Lambertville and walking down Lambert Lane.

A search of the Delaware River by divers has failed to find any sign of the woman. Hunterdon County prosecutor Anthony Kearns said investigators are also searching for her on land, while helicopters are searching from the air. He also said K-9 search teams were involved.

Investigators say they are “leaving no stone unturned,” according to a representative from the Hunterdon (N.J.) County Prosecutor’s Office. Majoras was reported missing after her boyfriend, Adam Baker, said she failed to return home to the apartment the couple shared.

A Facebook page called "Find Sarah Majoras" was started by volunteers as an aid to help with search efforts. Authorities say the woman is well-liked in her community and at John and Peter’s Bar in New Hope, where she works.

Majoras is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds, has blue eyes and blond hair. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, brown leather boots, a white hat and a camouflage jacket.

Anyone with information on Majoras’ disappearance is being urged to call the Lambertville Police Department at (609) 397-3132.