Search under way for missing St. Cloud State University student
From Public Safety and Parking Services
The St. Thomas Department of Public Safety and Parking Services shares the following missing person information from St. Cloud State University and the Sartell Police Department:
The university community seeks any possible assistance and support with regard to a missing St. Cloud State University student.
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 4, the Sartell Police Department released information to St. Cloud area news media about a missing person, Andrea Alejandra Arriagada, 18, a current SCSU student and the daughter of SCSU Biology Department professor Jorge Arriagada.
The text of the news media release from the Sartell Police Department is as follows:
“Andrea Alejandra Arrigada, age 18, was reported missing by her parents at about 11:20 a.m. Monday, Oct. 3, 2005. They reported that Andrea had left for St. Cloud State University at 5:45 a.m. on Monday (for an athletic training session), but she never arrived there. Andrea was upset over an argument with her parents that extended through the weekend. Also missing is the family’s green 1999 Toyota Corolla four-door, with Minnesota license plates DSZ-142 and a .22 caliber rifle. It is unknown if she is in the company of anyone else. Anyone having information should contact the Sartell Police Department at (320) 251-8186.”
Note: Andrea is a member of the SCSU Nordic ski team and the .22 rifle is the one she uses for biathlon events.
Please see the attached flier with photograph of Ms. Arriagada, share this information with others, and contact the Sartell Police Department with any possibly related information.