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Danielle Lopez – Mom Who Lost Two Sons Pleads for Help After Daughter Vanishes, Car Found Disabled

A New Jersey mother of three, who already lost two of her children, is asking the public to help locate her only daughter, who has been missing for over six weeks. As CrimeOnline previously reported, 37-year-old Danielle Lopez was last seen on April 13 at a Wawa store off 4 Route 72 in Vincentown. Police announced Wednesday that they found her vehicle abandoned in Woodland Township.

“Danielle’s 2008 2-door blue Hyundai Accent was found disabled on Lost Lane Road in Penn State Forest, Woodland Township,” state police posted on Facebook.

According to Fox News Digital, Sue Quackenbush, 63, says Danielle vanished under suspicious circumstances.

Quackenbush added that she thinks her family may be cursed after losing her oldest son, Eric Quackenbush, to suicide on Christmas Day 2015 after he “threw himself in front of a train,” the New York Post reports. 

Her younger son Michael, a Marine, died in a Florida vehicular crash 10 months later.

Danielle’s grandfather then passed due to COVID-19, followed by Danielle’s father, who passed about a month later from a heart attack.

The Post spoke with Danielle’s uncle, Fred Lopez Sr. who said Danielle had a “difficult life and never quite recouped from all the deaths and the tragedies in our family.”

Meanwhile, Quackenbush posted an emotional appeal for help on Facebook earlier this week.

“I’m asking for prayers from the community as we once again navigate an incredibly painful situation. The police continue to search for Danielle to bring her home for me. 

“Please pray for the first responders in their search and if you can provide assistance, do so under their direction.  If you have any information, please contact the New Jersey State Police – Missing Persons Unit at (609) 882-2000 or [email protected].

“I appreciate all those who are working tirelessly to find my daughter.”

Lopez is described as standing 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing around 135 pounds. She has brown hair and green eyes.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the Missing Persons Unit at (609) 882-2000 ext. 2554 or email [email protected]. Tipsters can remain anonymous.