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Body found in river not missing St. Thomas student

A body recovered from the Mississippi River Saturday morning is not the body of a missing University of St. Thomas.

The Star Tribune reported, the woman's body was recovered after employees from a barge company spotted the body tangled in debris near the intersections of Childs and Shepard Roads.

Peter Panos, a St. Paul police spokesman said the body matches the discription of a woman seen jumping from a nearby bridge a few weeks ago, and isn't the body of Dan Zamlen, a St. Thomas freshman who disappeared one week ago.

Zamlen, who turned 19 on Wednesday, was last heard from last Sunday morning, before his phone abruptly cut out near the intersection of Mississippi River Boulevard S. and St. Clair Avenue.