Body of missing Silling Man found decomposing in Georgia

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Her body was found in an empty food court by a maintenance worker at Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth on December 21, but she was only formally identified on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

Man was a sophomore at Georgia State University, according to WSB-TV, she was last enrolled for the fall 2017 semester as a psychology major.

After putting out a composite sketch depicting the woman they'd found, police identified her on January 10 as Silling Man, a 19-year-old from Lawrenceville, Ga.

Reports also stated Man's family members did not have any contact with her following her second disappearance.

Man was a student at Georgia State University who had been missing since October 10, 2017.

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Man worked at a store in Perimeter Mall and picked up her last paycheck on November 20, police said. It's believed she died about two weeks before her body was found. There were no obvious signs of trauma found on the remains.

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. He found the body in a back room after climbing over the counter.

She has since been identified as Silling A. Man. Two days after her return, the police officials removed her name from the missing persons' list. "We are waiting on toxicology, we are waiting to figuring out a little more about her history before we can figure out how this investigation is going to wind up".

Police have yet to reveal the cause of her death as "the circumstances surrounding her death are still being investigated", according to a press release.

Police identified her by culling through tips they received after asking the public for help identifying her on January 2, the Gwinnett Daily Post reports. A reward of $2,000 is being offered if information provided to Crime Stoppers leads to an arrest or indictment.

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