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Community Searches For Missing College Student

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Police along with the North Dakota State College of Science are asking for more community support in their search for a missing student.

Andrew Sadek, 20, was last seen on May 1 around 2 a.m.

On Sunday about 50 people joined in search for him, taking to the air and the river bank. The campus police department is working with law enforcement agencies and fire departments in Wahpeton, Dwight and Breckenridge.

Now, search teams are asking anyone in the community to check rarely used outdoor buildings. They're also curious if anyone offered a ride to a person who matches Sadek's description.

Sadek was last seen wearing jeans, orange and black Nike tennis shoes and a black and red sweatshirt with the word 'Football' written across the front, on May 1.

He is a white male, 6 feet tall and weighs about 175 pounds. He has curly brown hair and brown eyes.



Authorities say they have no reason to believe Sadek was suicidal.
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