Police are searching for a missing University of St. Thomas student who has not been seen in more than a week.
KTRK reports that Angela Nguyen has been missing since January 22, when she was last seen leaving Guinan Residence Hall at the Houston-based university where she is reportedly a junior.
According to KHOU, police do not have any evidence to suggest foul play. Because of this, Nguyen’s case does not meet the criteria for a CLEAR Alert, the adult equivalent to an AMBER Alert for missing and endangered children.
Houston police and the University of St. Thomas police are reportedly working together to investigate the disappearance.
“We did have a couple of leads yesterday come from some [news] stories, followed up on them, but no positive results,” University of Saint Thomas Police Chief H.E. Jenkins told KHOU on Thursday.
Authorities have released surveillance video footage that shows Nguyen’s last known movements. In the video, she is seen exiting the residence hall while wearing dark or black clothing and backpack that appears to be either pink or red.
Nguyen is described as 5 feet tall, 110 pounds, with black hair.
Anyone with information about Nguyen’s disappearance is urged to call the University of St. Thomas Police Dept. at (713) 525-3888 or the Houston Police Dept. at (832) 394-1840.
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