Arrest made in 1999 for the murder of a teenager in Sayreville, New Jersey

SAYREVILLE – An indictment handed down by a grand jury on Tuesday led to the arrest of a man from Barnegat who is now accused of killing a 17-year-old high school student decades ago in one of the neighborhoods from New Jersey. the most notorious colds.

The Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office said Bruce A. Cymanski, 49, was arrested near his home following a brief foot chase involving members of that office as well as the Barnegat Police Department and Sayreville.

It was in Sayreville, January 7, 1999, that Nancy Noga was reported missing after failing to come home from work. Her body was found five days later in a wooded area behind a shopping mall, an autopsy revealing that she had succumbed to blunt trauma.

The investigation has remained active and open ever since, and prosecutors on Tuesday attributed genealogical research to a role in identifying Cymanski, who is charged with first degree murder, first degree murder, aggravated sexual assault. first degree, first degree. third degree kidnapping and illegal possession of a third degree weapon.

Cymanski is being held at the Middlesex County Adult Correctional Center pending his court appearance.

Authorities said the investigation was still ongoing and people should call 732-745-3702 or 732-525-5406 for more information.

Patrick Lavery is the anchor for the New Jersey 101.5 afternoon news. Follow it on Twitter @ plavery1015 or send an email to [email protected]

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