Vincenzo Lirosi Found Dead-Missing UNH Student Case Update

Vincenzo Lirosi Found Dead-Missing UNH Student Case Update

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Vincenzo Lirosi, a missing University of New Hampshire student, was found dead around 24 hours after he was last seen. In this post, you’ll learn more about the case’s most recent revelations.

On Sunday, the dead body of a missing University of New Hampshire student and Massachusetts native was discovered.

A New England Search and Rescue K-9 team discovered him in a swampy area off of Coe Drive at 1:20 p.m.

Lirosi was drinking with friends before going missing on Saturday, according to Durham police. He was last seen between 1 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, and he was reported missing at 3 a.m. As a shortcut to his home, Lirosi is thought to have chosen a path through a forested area near Woodman Road.

Who Is Vincenzo Lirosi? UNH Missing Boy Found Dead

Vincenzo ‘Vinny’ Lirosi, of Whitman, Massachusetts, was a missing University of New Hampshire student. He was found dead in Durham, New Hampshire on December 5, 2021.

On December 5, 2021, his body was discovered in Durham, New Hampshire.

Following that, the University of New Hampshire issued a heartfelt message on Twitter.

In addition to New England K-9 Search and Rescue, the following agencies assisted the Durham Police Department in its search for Lirosi: New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire Fish and Game, University of New Hampshire Police Department, Strafford County Sheriff’s Department, and New Hampshire State Liquor Enforcement’s Law Enforcement Divison. 

Vincenzo Lirosi Age: How Old Was He?

Vincenzo Lirosi’s age was just 22 years old when he was found dead. 

Disclosing Vincenzo Lirosi Parents And Family Details

Unfortunately, no information on Vincenzo Lirosi’s parents or other family members has surfaced at this time.

Lirosi’s friend and former roommate, Jordan Blanchard, told WCVB’s sister station WMUR that he was with Lirosi for most of the night. Lirosi left the club they were at for a fraternity party, when he reportedly got into a fight, and they split up.

Blanchard further added after the fight broke up, They threw him out and ordered him to go home. He went into the woods at that time.

After that, Durham police responded, searching the forested area with a K-9 and a thermal drone. Later Saturday morning, state police and Fish and Game were brought in to hunt for Lirosi with the use of a helicopter.

His wallet and smartphone were discovered in a parking lot and at the fraternity home, respectively.

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