Dead university student found decomposing in United States mall

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A missing 19-year-old woman has been found dead in a Georgia mall, with her body in an "advanced state of decomposition".

Man's body was found to be in "an advanced state of decomposition", the incident report, filed December 21, stated.

The 19-year-old student first disappeared on October 8 last year, but returned home after a relative contacted police. One spokesperson said law enforcement's "main goal" was to "identify her and then begin looking into her past, people she associated with and the timeline leading up to the discovery of her body".

Police said there was no missing person's report filed over her last disappearance.

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Man worked at a store in Perimeter Mall and picked up her last paycheck on November 20, police said.

Silling A. Man was found in a vacant Subway restaurant space in the mall on December 21.

Silling Man, who was a student at Georgia State University, had gone missing on October 10.

She has since been identified as Silling A. Man. However, she did not enroll in the spring semester classes.

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The Gwinnett County Medical Examiner's Office now says that Man had been dead for about two weeks before the body was discovered. The cause of Man's death was not determined, but Gwinnett County Police Sgt. The unidentified worker found the decomposing body in the back room of a vacant Subway shop in the Duluth mall, Gwinnett County Police said. "We are waiting on toxicology, we are waiting to figuring out a little more about her history before we can figure out how this investigation is going to wind up".

Investigators said the death has not been ruled a homicide, but added in a press release that "the circumstances surrounding her death are still being investigated".

Those who can help are asked to call 770 513-5300.

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