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Family searches for missing UA alum after Las Vegas shooting

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Many across the country and the globe have been anxious for updates from family and friends who were in Las Vegas when the mass shooting occurred Sunday evening.

Among the people waiting are friends and family of Christiana Duarte, 22, a recent graduate of the University of Arizona.

Duarte was a business marketing major and graduated in May 2017. Duarte moved back to her home state of California after graduation and was working for the L.A. Kings, according to her LinkedIn profile.

During Duarte’s time at the U of A, she was part of Sigma Kappa. The sorority posted on its Instagram:

"One of our sisters, Christiana Duarte, is missing. She was last seen at the Route 91 Music Festival in Vegas. If anyone has ANY information please let us know and please keep her and her loved ones in your prayers."

Sigma Kappa sisters were asked to not talk to media at this time.

Duarte interned at the University of Arizona Hockey and the Tucson Roadrunner. The Roadrunners declined to comment.

The L.A. Times reports that, "it appears that even before the shooting, Duarte lost her cellphone and ID."

The University Medical Center of Southern Nevada took in a majority of the victims. Duarte is not listed at the hospital. She may have been released, or is listed as a Jane Doe because of her lack of identification.

If you have a loved one missing in Las Vegas, you can call 1-800-536-9488.

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