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This image purportedly of missing Arizona State University student Jack Culolias (black shirt), shows him standing at a bar in Tempe. (Facebook photo)

An image posted to Facebook allegedly shows a missing 19-year-old Arizona State University student drinking at a local bar prior to his disappearance.

According to the Phoenix New Times, the photo shows Jack Culolias apparently holding a Corona beer bottle and cash at a bar -- possibly Cadillac Ranch at Tempe Marketplace -- where he was last seen at a fraternity function on Nov. 30. The photo was posted by Culolias' twin brother.

Police confirmed Culolias, a pledge with the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, had used a fake ID to get into the venue on November 30 for a fraternity event.

A physical search for Culolias began after his mother found a shoe, later linked via DNA to Culolias, near Tempe Town Lake.

Police called off that search on Dec. 7 due to lack of evidence, but said they are still investigating leads in the case.


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