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September 11 campus update regarding missing student and recent crime alert

Thursday, September 11, 2014

This afternoon, the university issued a press release containing new information related to the search for missing student Anna M. Smith.

Police continue to ask anyone with information that could assist in the search for Anna Smith to call 828-262-2150 or submit an anonymous report at http://police.appstate.edu/crime-tip-submission-form.

To view the crime alert shared with campus on Sept. 9 crime alert, visit http://police.appstate.edu/sexual-assault-13.

Always remember you are not alone. The “AppCares” mobile application is available for free from the Google Play and App stores. Information, resources and support for students, faculty and staff are available at http://appcares.appstate.edu.