An AP State Police helicopter searched the Lehigh River on Tuesday
There are fears that Daniel Lee may harm himself based on behavior before disappearing
Anyone with information about Lee should contact Campus Safety at 610-758-4200
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – A helicopter was used as part of the ongoing search for a missing student at Lehigh University in East Hanover as concern grows for his well-being ahead of his disappearance.
Daniel Lee, a second-year engineering student, hasn’t been seen since Friday. Lehigh University police, who are investigating alongside Bethlehem police, do not suspect foul play, but there are concerns that Lee may have been hurt.
The concern stemmed from “information received from others regarding her behavior prior to her disappearance,” Bethlehem Police Captain Nicholas Lechman told New Jersey 101.5.
Physical and electronic searches
Tuesday’s search took place along the Lehigh River which flows six blocks north of the Lehigh campus.
“Police are following available leads and prompts that are reported and are continuing their search efforts by all means, including electronic means,” Nathan Urban, Lehigh president and senior vice president of academic affairs, wrote in a message to the community. of the campus.
“Even as we begin a new semester this week, Daniel, his family and those close to him are at the forefront of our hearts and minds,” Urban said.
East Hanover Police Chief Christopher Cannizzo said his department is working with law enforcement agencies and is “maximizing every effort between agencies and all local disciplines.”
Lee is last seen wearing a gray shirt with red sleeves, black and white sweatpants, and black sneakers.
University Police have asked anyone with information about Lee to contact Campus Safety at 610-758-4200.
Dan Alexander is a New Jersey 101.5 reporter. You can reach him at [email protected]
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