#MISSING STUDENT: Connor W. Trapatsos, 18 - Albany, NEW YORK

A Saint Rose first-year student has not been seen since Wednesday morning.
The College of Saint Rose has reported to law enforcement that first-year student Connor W. Trapatsos is missing. The 18-year-old was last seen by his roommate on Wednesday morning.
The school said it was informed Trapatsos was missing Friday afternoon.
Trapatsos resides in Brubacher Hall. The residence hall was searched three times by Saint Rose security officers and the University at Albany Police Department, according to the school.
Trapatsos is described as a white male with dark brown hair, brown eyes, five feet seven inches tall and a slight build. He is from Fairport, Monroe County, N.Y.
Counselors from the Saint Rose Counseling Center and Spiritual Life Office have been available for any student or employee who is in need of emotional or spiritual support. The counseling center can be reached at 518-454-5200.
Anyone who may have seen Trapatsos or have any information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call the University at Albany Police at 518-442-3130 or Saint Rose Security at 518-454-5187.
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