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University of Minnesota student Austin Reterth reported missing

Officials said a University of Minnesota student is missing and investigators are “concerned for his safety”.

Austin Ray Ritterth, a 19-year-old student enrolled in the university’s College of Science and Engineering, was reported missing early Sunday. He was last seen on East River Road and Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis, according to an alert issued by the State Bureau of Criminal Appreciation.

“He was last seen wearing a blue T-shirt, dark shorts and white shoes,” the agency said. “University of Minnesota Police are currently looking for him and are concerned for his safety.”

A university spokesman confirmed Monday that Retterth was a student, but said there was no more public information to provide. She is about 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds with blonde hair. His Instagram profile indicates that he is set to graduate in 2025.

As reported by the Star Tribune, Riterath’s family is from Woodbury.

“I am not aware of any organized civilian searches, but law enforcement is actively looking for him at this time,” university spokesman Jake Ricker told the newspaper in an email on Sunday. “I don’t have a whole lot of information about this, but I believe the search includes near/in the river.”

Officials did not specify exactly when Ritterath was last seen or whether he was with others at the time. Riker told The Post that he had no details other than what was publicly shared on Sunday.

Efforts to reach Reterath’s relatives early Monday were unsuccessful. Anyone with information about Ritterth’s whereabouts should contact the University of Minnesota Police at (612) 624-2677.

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