Parents of Missing Student Set Up Fund to Help Search

Va. Tech student last seen at Metallica concert

Monday, Nov 2, 2009  |  Updated 6:46 PM EDT
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Parents of Missing Student Set Up Fund to Help Search

Morgan Dana Harrington

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ROANOKE, Va. -- The parents of a Virginia Tech student missing for more than two weeks have set up a fund for contributions to help in their search for her.

Dan and Gil Harrington are using the donations to print and distribute fliers and other material with a photo and description of 20-year-old Morgan Dana
Harrington, a spokeswoman said.

The Harringtons distributed 50,000 fliers at Virginia Tech's home football game last week.

Morgan Harrington has been missing since Oct. 17 when she became separated from her friends at a Metallica concert in Charlottesville.

Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said Monday that police are still getting leads in the case, but they have slowed down.

The Harrington's have offered a $100,000 reward in the search for their daughter. Metallica pitched in $50,000.
 

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