Police acid for a blank University of Minnesota tyro pronounced they have found video display a immature lady going into a Mississippi River from a bridge.
Jennifer Houle, 22, was final seen Friday during a bar in a Dinkytown area of Minneapolis between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m., a Minneapolis Police Department said.
The video shows her alone on a 10th Avenue Bridge on Friday morning and afterwards going into a river, Minneapolis Police Department orator John Elder said.
The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office has been asked to assistance a MPD with a H2O liberation effort, and no suspects are being sought, he said.
“We extend a deepest condolences to a Houle family and all of Jennifer’s many friends,” a MPD pronounced in a statement. “The Minneapolis Police Department and a family of Jennifer Houle wish to appreciate a many people who supposing support, assistance, and information given Jennifer’s disappearance. The Houle family has requested remoteness during this formidable time.”
Friends pronounced they suspicion Houle left a bar to travel home. Police pronounced they found her purse and her phone in a center of a travel nearby her unit building, only an hour and a half after she was final seen during a bar.
Houle is a member of a Pi Beta Phi sorority, and section posted on Facebook Saturday: “We need all a assistance we can get to find this warm-hearted, pleasing person.”
“She’s an extraordinary sister and crony to all of us,” pronounced Madeline Eddy. “She’s really involved.”