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Ryan Uhre, Florida Intern’s Body Found After Being Missing 16 Days

Tallahassee Police have reported that they have found the body of a missing Florida legislative intern who went missing after watching the Super Bowl. He was last reported seen on February 2 at a bar watching the Super Bowl, and had not been seen since. Police have confirmed that they have found the body of the 23-year old college graduate.

Ryan Uhre, Florida Intern’s Body Found After Being Missing 16 Days

Ryan Uhre Body FoundRyan Uhre had just recently graduated from Florida State University in December 2013 and had landed an internship working for Florida State Representative Richard Stark. After having only been in the professional world for a couple months, he apparently met an ill fate walking home from the bar alone that night.

Tallahassee Police have not yet announced the manner or location that they discovered the body. It is likely that after 16 days of being missing, that his body was out of plain view. The police had found footage from local security cameras which showed some clues to Uhre’s last position. When Police investigated a boarded up building that they had believed the young man to enter on his way home, they found his body on the second floor near a window. The circumstances seem highly unusual for a well-to-do man, leading some to question the manner in which Uhre died that night. Some suspect that there is foul play involved, but police have not confirmed those suspicions

This case sounds a little like a recent story about an Ohio college student who died while walking home from a bar during a cold winter storm, though in this case hypothermia would not be a likely cause of death. It is not likely that Ryan Uhre passed out and died of exposure in an abandoned building all on his own.

Featured image from Find Ryan Uhre Facebook page.

Ryan Uhre, Florida Intern’s Body Found After Being Missing 16 Days.

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