ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (AP) – Hundreds of people worried about the disappearance of a college student visiting Michigan State University gathered Saturday to pray that the two-week mystery will be solved.
Despite extensive campus searches, Brendan Santo, 18, has still not been found. Police said he was on foot when he left a residence shortly before midnight on Oct. 29, the night before the Michigan-MSU football game.
Santo, a student at Grand Valley State University, graduated from Rochester Adams High School. On Saturday, a guard was kept on the football field.
“Our hearts have broken for Brendan and for his family, and for all of you who knew him so well and loved him,” said Steve Andrews, a founder of Kensington Church.
Shane Arbor, a member of the school’s hockey team, sought help from St. Anthony of Padua, who in the Catholic faith is invoked when people or important things are lost.
Arbor also added some humor, noting that Santo was “the only guy in the locker room who consistently had the worst smelling equipment” when he was on the team. The audience lo.
Meanwhile, in East Lansing, Santos’ disappearance was announced on the scoreboard at Spartan Stadium and announced via the speaker system.
On Friday, President Samuel Stanley said a camera at the entrance to Yakeley Hall did not work the night before Santos’ disappearance.
“We’ll fix it,” said Stanley, who added that he has ordered 300 new cameras across campus.
“Those cameras should be here in about a week and the crews will start installing them right away,” he said.
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