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Alicia Storti, 21, has been missing from her home in South Kingston, Rhode Island since Thursday, April 14. Storti was last seen leaving her Wakefield home sometime before midnight on April 14 and left with nothing but her cellphone, which has since been turned off.
The former Emmanuel student, who was enrolled from September 2013 to October 2015, is approximately 5’2″ and weighs around 105 pounds, with light brown hair, brown eyes, and pierced ears. It’s possible she could have been wearing purple or gray sweatpants at the time of her disappearance. According to her family, leaving home like this is unusual behavior for Storti and they’re concerned for her safety.
Storti’s family and the Rhode Island police are currently conducting a search for Alicia.
Dr. Patricia Rissmeyer, Vice President for Student Affairs, sent an email to all students on April 19, alerting the Emmanuel community that Storti had gone missing. According to Dr. Rissmeyer, Father John will pray for Alicia and her family at the 11:45am liturgy tomorrow, April 20, in the chapel and all are welcome to attend.
Anyone with information about Alicia’s whereabouts are encouraged to contact the South Kingston Police Station at (401) 783-3321.