Michael Nickelotte, LSU student missing from campus FOUND

UPDATE:  9/30/17 – His remains were found about 60 yards from the road. Hunters found him about 6:30 p.m, The Advocate reports.Foul play is not suspected.


Michael Nickelotte, Jr., 21, a LSU student went missing from campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.   He was last seen Sept. 18 at East Campus Apartments and is believed to have left on his own, police said.

Michael’s dad, Michael Nickelotte, Sr., has created a Facebook group.  He stated that his son left without his cell phone, computer, wallet and IDs, and car keys. His car was left parked on campus as well, he said.

“Michael is still missing. He was last sighted in his East Campus dorm room at approx. 1:00 am on September 18, 2017. A short time after that one of his roommates reports that he heard Michael’s bedroom door open and then the door to the apartment open and is under the assumption that is when Michael left the apartment. Michael left without his cell phone, computer, wallet and car keys. In the wallet were his various IDs, credit and debit cards. His car was left parked near his Campus Apartment.”

 

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