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Students should come forward in search efforts

In light of Franco Garcia’s disappearance, we urge BC students to share all information and resource

Published: Sunday, February 26, 2012

Updated: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 18:01


Last Tuesday, Boston College student Franco Garcia went missing after a night at Mary Ann's in Cleveland Circle. Almost a week later, the search for Franco is still active and ongoing, and The Heights asks all students to do everything they can to help.
Updating statuses, tweeting, and volunteering to hang fliers on campus and throughout the surrounding area are all things BC students should continue to do in the days and weeks following his disappearance.
In addition, The Heights urges all students who took pictures at Mary Ann's last Tuesday to send them. Although they may be unflattering or compromising, they could potentially have vital information to help the police and expedite the search for our fellow Eagle. Any photos sent will not be publicized. If students have any other information concerning Franco's disappearance or whereabouts, they should immediately call the Newton police.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Franco's family and friends during this tough time, and we hope for his safe return.

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