BREAKING: K-State student found safe after missing for 4 days

Garrett Kipp, sophomore in electrical engineering, was found after having gone missing on Thursday. (Poster by Kansas Missing & Unsolved)

Authorities reported on Monday morning that a Kansas State University student has been found safe after going missing Thursday.

However, officials did not say where the student, sophomore in electrical engineering Garrett Kipp, was located.

According to KSAL Radio, Kipp spent most of of the time he was missing along Interstate 70 and was found in St. Louis.

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The distance between the Casey's General Store in Russell, Kansas, and Natoma, Kansas, where Kipp's truck and cellphone were found abandoned. (Google Maps)

Kipp was last seen at a Casey’s General Store in Russell, Kansas, around 10:00 p.m. on Friday, according to a poster made by Kansas Missing & Unsolved. His pick-up truck and cell phone were found abandoned nearly 30 miles away in Natoma, Kansas.

The Collegian will update this story as more information becomes available.

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