Body of missing Silling Man found decomposing in Georgia

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Police continue to investigate the death of a 19-year-old college student found in a Georgia mall days before Christmas.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported this week that 19-year-old student was reported missing October 8, only to disappear two days later after returning home the first time.

According to the police report, Man's family did not have any contact with her following her second disappearance on October 10.

After her second disappearance, no other missing person report was filed in her name, Gwinnett Daily Post reported.

Sending love to Silling's family and friends. Man was a psychology major that had been enrolled for the Fall 2017 semester but had not yet registered for Spring classes.

Family members said they had not had any contact with her since her second disappearance, and investigators uncovered that she visited her previous place of employment at the Perimeter Mall to pick up her last paycheck around November 20.

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The mall is a shell of what it used to be, but still, shoppers can't believe a body could lie in a mall back room for up to two weeks without anyone noticing.

Reports about the discovery of the body indicate Man had been wearing a "black mesh style" jumpsuit and black tennis shoes (which were found next to the corpse).

The worker had been doing a routine inspection at 11 a.m. that day, he told police, but he found the restaurant's side door locked.

She has since been identified as Silling A. Man.

"What's suspicious about this case is the cause of death has not been determined". Man's death is not being ruled a homicide at this time, though the circumstances surrounding her death is still under investigation. A reward of $2,000 is being offered if information provided to Crime Stoppers leads to an arrest or indictment.

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