Transcript for Police Search for Missing University of Virginia Sophomore
And now the latest on the desperate search for missing college stoont Hannah graham. She vanished early Saturday morning during partying with friends. Steve osunsami is tracking the case. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning. Police are pouring over cell phone records hoping to piece together the details from the night she went missing. Overnight as they desperately try to find her, police release these surveillance images of 18-year-old Hannah graham inside her apartment building getting ready for a night out. The sophomore was last heard from around 1:00 A.M. Saturday morning when she texted friends she was on her way to a party. Police in charlottesville, Virginia, bringing out a blood hound to search a heavily wooded area, but there are no leads in the search. Her apartment was off campus, and she and others were drinking heavily that night. She was at a pizza joint at 11:00 P.M., and then to another party, and then leaving at 12:15 A.M. And she said she was going to another party, she was on her way but was lost. She never made it. Checking the cell phone records, computer, bank accounts. Reporter: With more than 21,000 students here just starting the school year, the university's president is calling on the entire campus for help. We are hopeful someone will come forward with information. Graham's friend says that graham, a native of England, was kind to strangers. She's good at making friends. She was one of the first to talk to you and so friend lly and outgoing. Reporter: Graham's parents are on campus helping authorities in the search. Her parents live in suburban D.C. They are upset and not speaking this morning. That's understandable. Thank you.
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