An Indian-origin student was spotted dead here later he went missing earlier this week, police told.
Aalaap Narasipura, 20, was an electrical engineering student at Cornell University also was missing from Wednesday, ABC News announced.
Cornell University Police told Narasipura’s body was recovered on Friday from Fall Creek, a gorge located near Ithaca Falls.
The details of Narasipura’s death remain under investigation, but police told they don’t suspect any foul play.
State including local authorities from multiple agencies searched Narasipura’s residence, academic spaces and regular routes of travel as well as nearby natural areas and gorges around the Ivy League university.
They did not find any indication of his whereabouts until coming across his body in Fall Creek, police told.
Beginning in the week, police had released a photo and description of Narasipura seeking more information in the case.
Narasipura was set to graduate this December, according to the statement.
“He was an active member of the Ultimate Frisbee team, enjoyed taking photos and planned on continuing at Cornell to pursue a Masters of Engineering Degree,” told Ryan Lombardi, Vice President for student and campus life at Cornell.
“On behalf of the Cornell University community, I extend our deepest condolences to Aalaap’s family and friends as they grieve this tragedy,” Lombardi told.
“They are in our thoughts as we all come to grips with the enormity of this loss,” he told.