Riley Strain, A Missing Student In Tennessee, Spoke With A Police Officer Just Before Going Missing.

On March 8, just before 10 o’clock in the evening, Riley Strain, a student at the University of Missouri, was last seen in a pub in Nashville, where he was visiting with his fraternity brothers.The film was released by the police on Monday, and it showed the 22-year-old having a brief conversation with an officer who was attending to an incident involving a stolen vehicle on Gay Street. This conversation took place just minutes before Mr. Strain was last seen.

The officer can be seen on the video asking Mr. Strain how he is doing, and Mr. Strain responds by saying, “I’m good, how are you?” According to the police, the student “did not appear distressed” and continued to walk quickly past the officer following the incident, which took place at approximately 9:52 p.m. After the brief conversation, no additional footage of Mr. Strain walking on Gay Street has been retrieved because it was discovered. As the hunt for the missing student continues, the police are concentrating their efforts on the embankment that is located between Gay Street and the Cumberland River. This is the location where Mr. Strain’s bank card was discovered on Sunday.

There is “no evidence of foul play,” according to the police agency. After becoming aware of Mr. Strain’s disappearance, his mother, Michelle Whiteid, and his stepfather, Chris, flew to Nashville to investigate the situation. He stated that Mr. Strain and other members of his fraternity, Delta Chi, had become separated after being ordered to leave Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink. He also stated that he had last heard from his stepson on FaceTime at approximately 7.30 p.m. According to a separate video that was made public by the police on March 12th, Mr. Strain can be seen crossing the street onto Gay Street with a group of individuals while wearing a blouse that is half beige and half black.

There was a momentary appearance of the pupil stumbling as they approached the curb. By saying, “I’ve done a fair amount of drinking in my life, and I still question whether it was alcohol or something else,” Mr. Whiteid said to NBC in reference to the fact that Mr. Strain appeared to have lost control of his balance. Since Mr. Strain was reported missing, he has gotten many communications from individuals who have asserted that they were drugged when they were in Nashville bars. He indicated that these individuals have contacted him. The statement that Mr. Whiteid made was, “I want Riley to know that we are actively looking for you, son.” “We’re going to bring you home.”

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