Grinnell College Student Still Missing
GRINNEL, Iowa – A massive search effort has been launched for a missing Grinnell College student. Paul Shuman-Moore, 19, of Chicago, has been missing since the morning of Sept. 25 when he was last seen walking to his dormitory.
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations, Homeland Security Department, City and County Law Enforcement officials, Civil Air Patrol, National Guard and nearly 400 volunteers have all participated in the search.
Moore’s family held a news conference over the weekend, pleading for their son to return to them. An uncle of Moore said the search has intensified in Chicago.
Moore’s roommate said he found a suicide note in their dorm room.
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