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Missing UPenn Student Found Dead-- Cops Have 'Multiple Leads' In Shocking Case

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Jan. 11 2018, Published 5:41 p.m. ET

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Police have "multiple leads" involving the disappearance and murder of 19-year-old Ivy League student Blaze Bernstein, can exclusively reveal.

"Our investigators continue to follow multiple leads in the case," Officer Carrie Braun of Orange County Sheriff's Department in California told "An autopsy was completed yesterday, but we are not sharing any results of the autopsy the time."

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According to the Orange County Coroner's Office, the family in addition to the public will not learn the results of the autopsy so as not to "hinder the prosecution."

As previously reported, Bernstein's body was discovered in a bush near a Lake Forest park on Tuesday, six days after he was reported missing.

He was home from the University of Pennsylvania visiting his family, and was last seen around 11 PM on January 2.


Witnesses who saw Bernstein that night say he was with a friend who drove him to the park to meet up with a third friend.

Bernstein never returned, and the friend became increasingly worried when he sent text messages but didn't hear back, said the family's attorney, Annee Della Donna.

Bernstein was a sophomore studying psychology. He had future plans to attend medical school.

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