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Owen Klinger Bio

Owen Klinger is a University of Portland student. He was last seen leaving his campus dorm on a CCTV Footage. Owen was last seen around campus last Sunday night.

Owen Klinger Age

He is 18 years old.

Missing Owen Klinger Search

Dozens of family and community members gathered Sunday to expand their search efforts. At this point, they have not found any leads in the disappearance of 18-year-old Owen Klinger. Still, dozens of friends, family members, and concerned people in the community helped expand the search, scouring five North Portland parks.
A search party of about 100 people combed through the areas surrounding the University of Portland this weekend, hoping to find anything that might lead to the freshman missing for more than a week.

Teams scoured through North Portland, Oregon, covering the areas of Pier Park, Cathedral Park, Columbia Park and Forest Park, CNN affiliate KOIN reported.

Missing Student Owen Klinger Height and Dress

Owen Klinger was a 6-foot-1-inch tall student. He was wearing a light blue hooded sweatshirt, jeans and had a drawstring backpack, police said.

Owen Klinger Family Statement

According to local media of Portland, Owen Klinger ‘s family says Klinger told his roommates he was heading to lacrosse practice, but he didn’t have any of his usual gear with him. He never showed up to practice, the affiliate reported, citing the boy’s father.
The student went to a campus ATM and withdrew cash instead, his family said, according to media Reports.
“It’s so heart wrenching,” Volunteer Jennifer Lillie said. “But, it’s not difficult to do because I want to help and this is a way to help, but it is every parents’ nightmare.”

Owen Klinger Mother Statement

Klinger was a good student and seemed happy during his first semester, his mother, Mary Klinger said.
“If there was something we don’t know, that he doesn’t want us to know, that doesn’t matter,” she said, “We just love him and want him back.”


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