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College student found in Georgia mall had been dead for two weeks

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A UNIVERSITY student whose body was found at a U.S. mall had been dead for about two weeks, according to officials.

A missing 19-year-old woman has been found dead in a Georgia mall, with her body in an "advanced state of decomposition".

She was previously reported missing on October 8 before returning home when an investigator took on the case. No one filed a missing person report when she disappeared the second time.

But on November 20 she picked up her final paycheck from Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody, police revealed.

This story first appeared in the New York Post and republished with permission. Man was a psychology major that had been enrolled for the Fall 2017 semester but had not yet registered for Spring classes.

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She was also a sophomore at Georgia State University.

"What's suspicious about this case is the cause of death has not been determined". The unidentified worker found the decomposing body in the back room of a vacant Subway shop in the Duluth mall, Gwinnett County Police said.

Police are still investigating why Man died, although they have confirmed the death isn't being treated as a homicide.

"It's probably not a great reflection of the current private owners of the mall", Jace Brooks, a local county commissioner, told an Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist. "I would think if I were actively managing a large retail facility I would hope that I would notice a body of a woman that had passed away in that facility fairly quickly". On Jan. 2, police urged the public to help identify the victim and sorted through tips before identifying Man.

Police are now looking for more information about the death, including information on Man's activities and acquaintances.

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