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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Body of Missing Student David Miller Pulled from River

PHOTO: Missing college student David Miller has been found dead in the Mississippi River near Minneapolis.

The 20-year-old science major disappeared after leaving his University of Minnesota dormitory on foot May 10, 2016.

Security cams captured David Miller walking westward that night in the area of Interstate 35 near a campus overpass.

https://www.killingkillers.blogspot.comDorm mates said he didn't return, and Miller was reported missing shortly after he also failed to show up for important exams in the following days.

Police had been searching for him ever since and expressed concerned about the missing college student's welfare, because skipping classes and losing contact with loved ones "was out of character."

A body pulled from the Mississippi River close to the Ford Parkway bridge in Minneapolis on Wednesday morning was later identified as David Miller's.

Authorities are still investigating how the 6-foot-1 and 175-pound university junior entered the water.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to call 911 or  (612) 624-2677.

The Hennepin County coroner has not yet ruled on a cause of death.

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