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Crime Have you seen her? University of St. Thomas student has been missing for a week

03:35  31 january  2020
03:35  31 january  2020 Source:   khou.com

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People who know Angela Nguyen say it's unusual for her to be gone this long without contacting anyone.

She was last seen on Sul Ross Street wearing a black coat and white sneakers, carrying a red or pink backpack. “For Nguyen to go more than 24 hours without any contact with those who know her is unusual, but at this time there has been nothing to indicate foul play,” the University of St . Thomas

Police at the University of St. Thomas are hoping the public can help them find a missing student.

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Angela Nguyen was last seen on campus one week ago. She left Guinan Hall around 6:13 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22.

The UST police department was alerted two days later that she was missing.

Nguyen is about 5’ tall and weighs around 110 lbs.

She was last seen wearing a black coat and sneakers and carrying a white and red/pink backpack.

People who know Nguyen say it's unusual for her to be gone this long without contacting anyone.

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If an International Student is transferring from a U.S. institution and has been accepted to St . Thomas University , a Transfer Eligibility Form is You have been accepted to your academic program. STU Admissions Office has received Missing admissions documents may delay the issuance of your I-20.

Days after her disappearance, the search for the woman has intensified. The FBI joined the investigation this week , devoting as many as 15 agents to the search that has involved an army of volunteers. Investigators have executed search warrants for Tibbetts’ Fitbit, which she was known to

Police say there’s no sign of foul play but they are concerned.

“With the community’s help, we hope and pray for Angela’s safe return,” UST Police Chief H.E. Jenkins said in a statement.

If you’ve seen Nguyen or know anything about the case, call the University of St. Thomas Police Department at 713-525-3888 or the Houston Police Department at 832-394-1840.

Check back for more on this developing story.

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