3 days of searching for missing NDSCS student and nothing foundWahpeton, ND (WDAY TV) - Three full days of searching for the missing North Dakota State College of Science have come up empty.
By: Amy Unrau , WDAY
Wahpeton, ND (WDAY TV) - Three full days of searching for the missing North Dakota State College of Science have come up empty.
20-year-old Andrew Sadek was last seen on the Wahpeton campus leaving Nordgaard Hall around 2 am.
Crews plan to be out searching again Wednesday, but after exhausting much of a five mile radius around campus they aren't optimistic about expanding their boundaries.
Water rescue crews and law enforcement officers spent the day focusing on the Wild River which is just a few miles west of Wahpeton.
Along with wondering where Sadek could be they're wondering "why"?
Campus police say there are no known reasons that Sadek would leave.
In fact, they say he had even been making plans for this past weekend.
They've been looking into cell phone records, but are not releasing any details on who his last calls or messages were to and from.
And after another day of searching with no leads they're concerned that expanding their search will make efforts more difficult.
Sgt. Steve Helgeson/ NDSCS Campus Police: “The only thing that's changing is we're eliminating areas and things and being reasonably sure that we don't have him here.”
Campus officials say Sadek's parents are now back at home tonight after making a heartbreaking plea on Monday for Andrew to come home and for people with information to come forward.
If you have any information you're asked to call campus police at 701-671-2233.