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UPDATE: The missing couple from OSU have been spotted, according to Oregon State Police (OSP). An employee of Greyhound in Salt Lake City, Utah contacted the families of Wick and Eveler after seeing the pair board a bus bound for Boston. The families then notified OSP.
The families of Wick and Eveler would like the couple to know that they are loved, and that they are wanted back at home. Wick and Eveler are no longer considered endangered at this time.
OSP were able to review security camera footage on March 17 that showed the couple leaving Tebeau Hall on the OSU campus. Cameras showed Wick with dyed-black hair and a clean-shaven Eveler leaving the residence Hall at 9:42 a.m. on March 16. They were both carrying backpacks, as well as a large shopping bag, and possibly a yellow, folded tent.
(Updated as of 10:21 a.m., March 19, 2018)
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- On March 16, 2018, around 6:45 P.M., Oregon State Police-University Area Command and Oregon State University's Department of Public Safety were notified of a female OSU student and her boyfriend who had been reported missing and endangered by their families. The Oregon State Police is seeking public assistance with regard to any information as to the couple's location or their well-being.
Kiara N. Wick, age 23 from Milwaukie, Oregon and Jacob A. Eveler, age 20 from Philomath were last seen around 2 a.m. on March 16, 2018, on OSU's Corvallis campus in Tebeau Hall, which is where Wick's lives. Around 3:00 p.m., a vehicle that Eveler was believed to drive was found at his parent's house in Philomath.
Law enforcement officials are not suspecting foul-play in the pair's disappearance.
Wick is 5'8", 160 pounds with shoulder length, straight brown hair and has gray/blue eyes. Wick's clothing is unknown at this time.
Eveler is 6'0", 170 pounds with shoulder length, curly brown hair and has blue eyes. Eveler was last seen wearing a black "Rockstar" sweatshirt, grey Carhartt beanie, and unknown color of pants.
The couple has been known to a drive a second vehicle described as 4-door dark colored sedan in poor condition, but no other information is available about the vehicle.
Their direction of travel is unknown but Wick has been known to like the beach and Eveler liked the Burnt Woods area.
If anyone has information regarding Wick or Eveler, please contact the Department of Public Safety or Oregon State Police -University Area Command by calling (541)731-3010. Refer case# SP18-096835
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