University of Michigan student reported missing after failing to show for graduation
A 21-year-old University of Michigan student was reported missing Saturday by his mother after he didn’t turn up for graduation, Ann Arbor police said.
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Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said Brice Moss was last seen at about 2:40 a.m. Saturday by his roommate. He was expected to be present for commencement Saturday morning but his mother reported he was nowhere to be found, Bush said.
Ann Arbor police detectives are investigating, but no foul play is suspected at this point, she said.
“There’s nothing to indicate he’s an endangered person,” Bush said.
Moss's car was last seen at 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Ann Street, Bush said. During an interview with his roommate, police learned he may have gone to visit friends at other universities including Tulane University, Michigan State University, Eastern Michigan University and Central Michigan University, Bush said.
Moss's vehicle is a tan 1999 Lincoln Town Car, Bush said. He was last seen in his home in the 1000 block of Vaughn Street. The only description given to police is that Moss is a black man with short hair, medium complexion, Bush said.
Anyone with information on Moss's whereabouts is encouraged to call the Ann Arbor police anonymous tip line at 734-794-6939 or 911 if in the city of Ann Arbor.
Friends of Moss have created a Facebook page in an effort to help find him.
Update (3:53 p.m.): Bush reported Moss' mother met with Ann Arbor police Monday and said she believes Moss is in danger. Bush said she was not aware of any new information given to police to reflect this belief and police are still actively looking for Moss.