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Friends say student reported missing has been found

By Matt Slovin, Managing Editor
Published November 10, 2013

UPDATE: Friends of the missing student, Engineering junior Luke Stevens, say he has been located. Read our updated story here.

Concerned friends are searching for a student who has been missing since early Sunday morning.

Engineering junior Luke Stevens was last seen leaving his apartment on Michigan Avenue at 2 a.m. Sunday to go to his girlfriend's house on East Davis Avenue. He is described as 6 feet tall with a slim build, wavy, light brown hair and green eyes. When he went missing, he was wearing olive green pants with a black Marmot jacket and black soccer sneakers with purple laces.

LSA junior Alison O’Brien, Stevens’s girlfriend, said she filed a missing person report on Sunday with both University Police and the Ann Arbor Police Department. University Police confirmed Sunday evening that a report had been filed but said they referred O'Brien to AAPD because Stevens was last seen off-campus traveling to another off-campus location. UMPD only has jurisdiction on the University's campus.

University Police also notified officers via radio of Stevens’s description, noting that he may have been intoxicated the last time he was seen.

Stevens had his phone and wallet when he left and failed to show up for work at 2 p.m. Sunday, according to his friends. Friends have been circulating messages about Stevens on social media, including a post from his own Facebook profile.

Stevens is a member of the Triangle Fraternity. O’Brien said she has been in touch with Stevens’s parents and that he has never gone missing before.

“We’ve been searching campus all day,” O’Brien said.

Ann Arbor Police can be reached at (734) 994-2911 or by dialing 911 in an emergency situation. The AAPD TIP Line
can also be reached at (734) 794-6939 or via e-mail at TIPS@a2gov.org.

This is a developing story. Check back to michigandaily.com for updates.

Managing News Editor Adam Rubenfire contributed reporting.