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A flyer for missing ASU student Jack Culolias. (Facebook photo)

TEMPE, Ariz. -- A search at Tempe Town Lake for a missing Arizona State University student has entered its second day.

Student Jack Culolias was last seen late Friday night at a Tempe bar and was reported missing Sunday by his mother.

The search around the lake area began Tuesday and resumed Wednesday.

The mother of the 19-year-old student reported finding a shoe near the water's edge that she believes belonged to her son.

Authorities said Culolias was kicked out of a bar Friday night and was suspected of being drunk.

Campus police said Culolias was seen by friends heading to a taxi.

Associated Press,

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