If you're looking at the title of this article and saying to yourself something about how there have been quite a few people that have been reported missing from South Jersey lately, well, you'd be absolutely right.

Some of those missing persons, luckily, have been found and are home safe. For the ones still out there, the families are, of course, in agony. One such family is the Rice family. Alyssa Rice is still holding onto hope that her mother, Nicole Rice, will be found safe and sound after being missing now for twelve days.

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Rice posted a picture to Facebook along with a message for anyone who may have come into contact with her to please come forward with any information that you may have. The last time Nicole was reportedly home was on either Thursday, September 16th, or Friday, September 17th. Alyssa says that the last time anyone has had any contact with Nicole was last week, on Wednesday, September 22nd.

The family has not yet commented on the missing person report they filed on Friday, September 24th, but Alyssa, Nicole's daughter, confirmed that one indeed was filed last week. As of Monday, September 27th, Alyssa has shared via Facebook comments that no other sightings or information regarding her mother's whereabouts have been forwarded to the family.

Nicole Rice was last seen in the Atlantic City area. If you have any information regarding her whereabouts, Alyssa asks that you please reach out to her via her Facebook account HERE.

Source: Facebook

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