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Security Camera Photos Released of Missing UVA Student

Police have released security camera photos of a missing UVA student just hours before her disappearance Friday night after a night of partying with friends.

The new pictures show Hannah Elizabeth Graham walking through her apartment building donning a shiny crop top and dark pants at about 9:30 p.m. Friday, hours before police said she texted friends to say she got lost while walking home from a party, local CBS 6 reported.

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(Charlottesville Police Department)

The 18-year-old sophomore was last seen about 1 a.m. Saturday morning near the Camden Plaza Apartments in Charlottesville, while her friends say she may have also been on Main St. or Wertland St. near the campus, police say.

Her family has asked that the address of the building where the new pictures were taken not be released to the public.

Friends of the brown-hair, blue-eyed UVA student spent say Graham spent Friday night partying with her sorority sisters when she decided to walk home at the conclusion of the night.

Cops said she was “fairly well intoxicated,” reports local WTVR-TV.

Friends reported her missing around 4:30 p.m. Sunday after realizing several people hadn’t seen or heard from her since she left the party Friday night.

Police used bloodhounds to search for the Fairfax, VA. native but found no trace of her.

“I think it’s real tragic when anything like this happens,” UVA fourth year student Brannon Johnson told local media.

“It definitely questions everything in terms of safety and how everyone is going to react and move around grounds for sure.”

UVA student

(Facebook)

Police said Graham was 5 feet, 11 inches tall, with a skinny build.

In a statement, university president Teresa Sullivan said, “The members of the University of Virginia community are united in our deep concern for U-Va. student Hannah Elizabeth Graham.”

Anyone with information about Graham was asked to contact the Charlottesville police at 434-970-3280 or Crimestoppers at 434-977-4000.

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