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Update on Missing Nova Student

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It’s been 12 days since anyone saw 21-year-old Che Beckford. However, investigators do have a bit more evidence to work with now as they try to locate the missing Nova Southeastern University student.

According to police, new surveillance video has emerged from a store in Hollywood that shows Beckford in his mother’s car –a  2009 silver Nissan Sentra — around 3:20 pm on Friday, December 3 in Hollywood.

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This is important because the last time anyone saw or spoke to Beckford was around 2 pm that Friday when Che spoke to his mom on the phone. Che told his mother that he was headed to Davie to get tires put on her car. The tires were paid for and Che left his wallet and cellphone at home.

The video shows that Che is alone and not in any type of distress. It also gives detectives an extra 80 minutes of time to work with, knowing Beckford’s exact location.

But thus far, still no sign of him.

If you have any information, call Pembroke Pines Police at 954-252-4999.

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