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GW grad reported missing in Oregon

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A former Guam resident has been missing in the state of Oregon for the past couple of days. According to KVAL, 21 year old Luke Atkinson was last seen by his roommate on Thursday. Atkinson is a student at Corbin Univerisity, a Christian university in Salem. His roommate told school officials Atkinson had been sick with flu-like symptoms. The university filed a missing person's report with the Salem police. The former Mongmong resident and 2010 GW high school graduate runs cross country for Corban and reportedly did not meet up with his team as scheduled Friday evening for a competition Saturday morning. Atkinson is known to run the university's trails and surrounding roads.

Anyone with information should call Salem Police Department non-emergency line at (503) 588-6123 or Mike Roth at Corban campus security at (503) 589-8152.

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