イリノイ州の大学院生は、ほぼ1か月後も行方不明のままです, 警察は市民に助けを求める

ジェラニの日, 25, 8月にブルーミントンで最後に見られました 24. ダンビルの彼の家族とイリノイ州立大学の教職員は、彼が数日間クラスに現れなかった後、彼が行方不明になったと報告しました.

Now police are asking the public for tips as the search for the young man continues. Bloomington police said Monday that they need tips from the public to aid the ongoing search for Day, whose car was found August 26 in a wooded area in Peru, 約 60 miles north of Bloomington.

What we want is any factual tip, even as simple as, 「ねえ, ええと, we saw him walking last month on the quad’ or something. That would be a good tip,” said John Fermon, a public information officer for the Bloomington Police Department.

Day’s mother, Carmen Bolden Day, said it’s not like him to disappear without telling someone about his whereabouts.

She said her son wants to become a doctor and he was attending Illinois State University to get his master’s degree in speech pathology.

I need him to come home so that he could continue his journey of becoming Dr. ジェラニの日,” 彼女は言いました.

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今月上旬, investigators found a body during the search for Day. But more than two weeks later, the LaSalle County Coroner’s Office has released no positive identification on the body, saying that could take several weeks.

Day’s mother told WGLT she thinks that investigators have lost momentum after the discovery of the body.

Since they found that unidentified body, it doesn’t seem to me that they are pushing to continue to look for my son,” 彼女は言いました.

Bolden Day also told the station she feels a disparity between the amount of coverage Petito has received and what her son has gotten. She clarified that those comments in no way diminish the pain Petito’s family has gone through, merely that her son deserves more attention and resources.

But do you not see us? Do you not see me? Do you not see my son?” Bolden Day said. “He is loved. He is wanted. He is important.

Fox News has reached out to both the Bloomington Police Department and the LaSalle County coroner’s office for comment.

Anyone with information should contact BPD Detective Paul Jones at 309-434-2548.

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