This morning at 8:27 a.m., New Jersey State Park Police officers in Clinton Township reported to the Princeton Police Department that they had a found a 2014 Audi Q7, owned by Princeton resident Liz Erickson, that had been abandoned in the middle of the roadway blocking two lanes of traffic. Erickson was nowhere to be found.
Princeton Police officers responded to Erickson’s home and met with her husband, who reported that he last saw his wife at 11 p.m. Wednesday night before he went to sleep. This morning at 5:30, he discovered that her vehicle was missing. He told police that his wife is suffering from insomnia and depression, and has made recent statements about committing suicide.
A search for Erickson is in progress in the Spruce Run State Park Reservoir area. Erickson, a mother of three, is well loved in the Princeton community and has served on numerous non-profit boards in the Mercer County area. Her husband is the managing director of PRINCO, Princeton University’s investment corporation.