Where is Misrach Ewunetie? Princeton University student mysteriously disappeared from dorm

Where is Misrach Ewunetie? Princeton University student mysteriously disappeared from dorm
Misrach Ewunetie has been reported missing by Princeton University (Photo credit @Princeton/Twitter)

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY: A young girl from Princeton University has gone missing for over four days, raising concerns over her unprecedented disappearance. Misrach Ewunetie, a junior at the institution, was last seen at 3 am on Friday, October 14, according to a report from the Princeton University Department of Public Safety on Monday, October 17, at her dorm.

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As per the report, she is 130 pounds and 5 feet, 4 inches tall. Her black hair, light brown skin, and brown eyes all compliment her appearance. Ewunetie, who came to Princeton from the Cleveland region, defines herself on her LinkedIn profile as a "rising junior pursuing a degree in sociology with a certificate in the applications of computing.” According to the dean of New College West, Anne Caswell-Klein, she “has not been in touch with her family or friends in several days.” The development comes at a time when many students are away from the campus for the yearly autumn break.

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Princeton University tweeted, "The Department of Public Safety is seeking information on the whereabouts of an undergraduate student, Misrach Ewunetie, who has been reported missing. Anyone with information on Ewunetie's whereabouts should contact Princeton's department of public safety at 609-258-1000."


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In a separate incident, MEAWW earlier reported that two East Central High School juniors, Bayleigh Bowlin and Chloe Taylor, both 16, were reportedly discovered dead by one of the girl's uncle in an overturned car on Sunday, October 16 evening in southeast Mississippi. The teens were initially declared missing when they didn't return home after their homecoming dance on Saturday, October 15. According to the Sun Herald, the uncle noticed a missing stop sign on Lum-Reeves Road at the intersection of Highway 613 in Hurley, Jackson County, and after investigating the area, he reportedly discovered the girls dead in the crashed car while they were still strapped in their seats. Mississippi Highway Patrol Trooper Calvin Robertson said the preliminary investigation indicates that Chloe was the driver when the car went off the road, slammed into an embankment, and struck a tree. 

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The girls' families are devastated by the unfortunate incident, with Chloe's mother Natalie Mann-Taylor writing on Facebook, “My heart., my world, my best friend was taken from me yesterday.” She continued, “It doesn’t seem real. I’m praying I wake up from this nightmare and she walks through those doors. Why was my baby taken from me? Why her? I never expected as a parent I would have to go through this much heartache.”

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