Mystery of LSU student who vanished after sister missed her call as chilling surveillance vid shows her final moments | The Sun

THE sister of a student who vanished without a trace missed her call on the day she disappeared.

Chilling surveillance footage captured the moment Savannah Hale, 22, was last seen on May 4 in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Kirsten Hale said the LSU student, who is majoring in computer science, called her but she missed it, NBC6 reports.

She has not heard from Savannah since– who has been missing for almost two months.

Kirsten told NBC6 that she raced to her sibling's house and realized she wasn't there.

And, Savannah’s boyfriend said he hadn't heard from her.

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Kirsten said: "I just want to know if she's okay, that's all, and that I love her and she's loved more than anything."

Savannah was seen in her 2012 Kia Forte at a garage in Shreveport according to CCTV footage.

She was then spotted at a Chevron gas station minutes later.

Savannah was reportedly last seen wearing black leggings, a black hoodie, and tennis shoes, her family said.

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Cops said the student has two tattoos – a butterfly which was inked on her upper left arm, and a pyramid on her left ankle.

The university student also has a birthmark on her neck.

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Cops shared a picture of her car which has an indent in the paintwork near the fuel cap.

Anyone with information should call Shreveport Police Department at (318) 673-7300.

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