Virginia military focused their hunt Tuesday for a blank University of Virginia tyro on a content summary she sent to friends observant that she’d gotten mislaid walking home early Sunday morning from a party.
Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18, a second-year student, was reportedly final seen inside an off-campus unit formidable in Charlottesville, only before midnight. About an hour after she left a party, she sent a message, WTKR.com reported. She was not listened from again.
Graham’s friends alerted military Sunday after they satisfied a Northern Virginia local did not lapse home. She was described by military as 5 feet, 11 inches high with a trim build. She was final seen wearing a black stand top.
Charlottesville Police Lt. Ronnie Roberts told FoxNews.com Tuesday that authorities searched a vast area easterly of a university with bloodhounds and are following adult a series of tips. The hunt is endless and about 50 law coercion members were deployed Monday night.
Police expelled cinema of Graham in her unit building during around 9:30 p.m. on a night she vanished.
“Hannah is not a kind of child that would only go on a highway outing and disappear,” Stephen Rice, a rope executive during her high school, told NBC Washington. “She was always really committed with all she did, and always did all accurately by a book.”
University President Teresa A. Sullivan released a matter observant a village is “united in the low concern” for Graham.
Fox News’ Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report