Police Find Car Connected to Missing ECSU Student

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    Police are looking for a black Nissan Altima with Connecticut license plate 297-ZOY in connection with the disappearance of missing ECSU student Alyssiah Marie Wiley

    State police have found the car they have been looking for in connection with the disappearance of Eastern Connecticut State University student, Alyssiah Marie Wiley.

    The black 2009 Nissan Altima with four doors and tinted windows, with Connecticut license plate 297-ZOY was found in Bridgeport, said Lt. Vance, spokesman for  the Connecticut State Police.

    Wiley was reported missing Wednesday and a Silver Alert was issued Thursday morning. The 20-year-old was last heard from on April 20, the same day as the car was captured on surveillance.

    On Wednesday night, state police brought in dogs to search the campus and other places Wiley was last seen, but nothing came of the search.

    Wiley is 5-feet 6, weighs 150 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.

    Anyone with information on Alyssiah or on the car should call State Police Troop K at 860-537-7500.

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