Misrach Ivuneti, a graduate student at Princeton University, went missing on Thursday morning as local officials continued their workAbout a week after his disappearance.
Ivunetti was last seen around 3 a.m. Friday near Scully Hall, a residential building on the southeast side of the Ivy League institution’s suburban New Jersey campus. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes, the university said. Statement The discovery was announced earlier this week.
According to the university, the Department of Public Safety in Princeton issued a missing student alert on Monday. Last night, Misrach’s family requested authorities to conduct what the school calls a “welfare check” — when a student’s relatives ask campus security officials to contact them — because they hadn’t heard from him in several days, W. Rochelle said Calhoun, vice president of campus life at the university, in a letter to Princeton students on Wednesday.
The DPS has coordinated with the prosecutor’s office, as well as state and local law enforcement agencies, to “follow all leads in the search for Mitcher” since then, according to Calhoun, who said in the letter that he was “confident.” That’s all being done “Find Misrach.”
“Since the issue of Tiger Alert, our campus community has shown an outpouring of support, concern, prayer and hope for the well-being and safe return of Misrach,” Calhoun wrote. “Thank you everyone for keeping Mishrach and his family in your thoughts as our search continues.”
Misrach Ivuneti’s brother Universe Ivuneti told the US Sun on Wednesday that his sister was sharing her location via her smartphone with a family member who last pinged around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday before being shut down went. He said the location was somewhere in Pence Neck, New Jersey, about a mile from the Princeton campus.
Universiat Ivuneti said police have reportedly searched the housing complex at that location three times, including one example using police dogs. Speaking about the discovery Thursday morning, he told “Good Morning America” that time is “of the essence.”
The search for Ivuneti intensified on Wednesday, as police expanded the investigation to include Lake Carnegie, a reservoir near the university campus.informed of. DPS said earlier this week that there has been “an increase in law enforcement in and around the campus,” including “the use of helicopters, drones and watercraft.” The university shared another brief update on Thursday morning.
The school said in a bulletin posted on Princeton’s official website and Twitter page before 9 a.m. Eastern Time, “As efforts continue to locate the missing graduate student Misrach Ivuneti ’24, today again in and around campus.” There will be an increase in the presence of law enforcement.” ,
The university has asked anyone with information about Ivuneti’s whereabouts to report to DPS by calling 609-258-1000. Those who wish to report the tip anonymously can do so online at the DPS website.