The Metro Nashville Police Department has supplied a big replace on the seek for lacking University of Missouri pupil Riley Strain. On Sunday, MNPD reported that Strain’s financial institution card had been found alongside the Cumberland Riverfront in downtown Nashville. The 22-year-old Mizzou senior vanished on Friday, March 8, whereas out ingesting with associates. Strain had traveled to Tennessee for a fraternity convention and was final seen being kicked out of a bar, Luke’s 32 Bridge, round 10 p.m. The final identified video of Strain exhibits him strolling alongside Gay Street close to First Avenue round 9:52 p.m. Strain seems roughly 30 seconds into the safety footage beneath.Police say Strain’s associates tried to seek out him utilizing his final identified Snapchat location however had been unsuccessful, in the end reporting him lacking on Saturday, March 9. His household was in a position to pinpoint his cellphone’s final identified location to a spot lower than one mile away from the bar the place he was final seen.A police helicopter and the MNPD Urban Search & Rescue group have continued to look the realm close to the bar, together with the Cumberland River, however have but to yield any outcomes. “He FaceTimed his mom with one among his associates that was with him on the bar,” Strain’s Stepfather Chris Whiteid stated. “I may hear him. He was having enjoyable. He wasn’t extraordinarily intoxicated or something, he was simply out having a great time.” Strain’s dad and mom, who dwell in Springfield, Missouri, drove to Nashville over the weekend to assist with the search.“He’s an ideal child,” Strain’s mom Michelle Whiteid stated. “We miss him, and we would like him again so dangerous. If anybody sees something, please simply name the police.”Anyone with data concerning Strain is inspired to name 615-742-7463. On Thursday, police reiterated that the investigation stays a lacking individuals investigation. MNPD Sgt. Robert Nielsen advised reporters that the division doesn’t imagine Strain was the sufferer of a criminal offense that led to his disappearance.

The Metro Nashville Police Department has supplied a big replace on the seek for lacking University of Missouri pupil Riley Strain.

On Sunday, MNPD reported that Strain’s financial institution card had been found alongside the Cumberland Riverfront in downtown Nashville.

The 22-year-old Mizzou senior vanished on Friday, March 8, whereas out ingesting with associates. Strain had traveled to Tennessee for a fraternity convention and was final seen being kicked out of a bar, Luke’s 32 Bridge, round 10 p.m.

The final identified video of Strain exhibits him strolling alongside Gay Street close to First Avenue round 9:52 p.m. Strain seems roughly 30 seconds into the safety footage beneath.

Police say Strain’s associates tried to seek out him utilizing his final identified Snapchat location however had been unsuccessful, in the end reporting him lacking on Saturday, March 9.

His household was in a position to pinpoint his cellphone’s final identified location to a spot lower than one mile away from the bar the place he was final seen.

A police helicopter and the MNPD Urban Search & Rescue group have continued to look the realm close to the bar, together with the Cumberland River, however have but to yield any outcomes.

“He FaceTimed his mom with one among his associates that was with him on the bar,” Strain’s Stepfather Chris Whiteid stated. “I may hear him. He was having enjoyable. He wasn’t extraordinarily intoxicated or something, he was simply out having a great time.”

Strain’s dad and mom, who dwell in Springfield, Missouri, drove to Nashville over the weekend to assist with the search.

“He’s an ideal child,” Strain’s mom Michelle Whiteid stated. “We miss him, and we would like him again so dangerous. If anybody sees something, please simply name the police.”

Anyone with data concerning Strain is inspired to name 615-742-7463.

On Thursday, police reiterated that the investigation stays a lacking individuals investigation. MNPD Sgt. Robert Nielsen advised reporters that the division doesn’t imagine Strain was the sufferer of a criminal offense that led to his disappearance.