Jonathan Dailey: Missing Boston student Found

UPDATE:  Oct. 10, 2012 – The body of Jonathan Dailey was found by a Boston University rowing coach on Tuesday, in the Charles River.

A law enforcement officer told the Globe that the body was wrapped in chains and weighted down by a concrete block.

The body of a 62-year-old man was discovered Monday in the river by two Boston University employees. The identity of that person has not been determined.

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Jonathan Dailey, 23, a student at Boston Architectural College has not been seen since Tuesday, October 2, 2012. 

His roommate said he saw him last around 8:30 p.m. at their house on 71 Gardner Street in Brighton, Mass.

“To the best of our knowledge he has quite literally nothing other than the clothes on his back, a debit card, and a phone (which has been off for days) with hi,” Miles Smith, Daile’s roommate wrote in a Facebook message on Saturday, reports the BostInno.

Dailey, who currently lives in Brighton and also works at American Apparel in Cambridge, never showed up to his job on Friday.

Daily was wearing a button-down shirt and white starts.  He has a black tattoo on his bicep.
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If you have any info about Dailey please call the Boston Police District D-14 at 617-343-4256.

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