Who Is Silling A. Man? Woman Found Dead In Georgia Mall Identified

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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.

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.

She initially disappeared on October 8, but returned home shortly after police were contacted, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Silling Man, who was a student at Georgia State University, had gone missing on October 10.

Two days later - after the file was closed - she disappeared again.

Sending love to Silling's family and friends.

Man worked at a store in Perimeter Mall and picked up her last paycheck on November 20, police said.

Silling A. Man, a 19-year-old Georgia State University sophomore, was discovered December 21 in a vacant Subway restaurant at Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was dressed in a black, mesh-style jumpsuit, police said.

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The Medical Examiner's Office did not rule the case as a homicide as the details surrounding Man's death were being investigated.

A police report explained the Lawrenceville woman had been dead for about two weeks when she was found.

Man's body was first discovered December 21 around 11 a.m. EST by a mall maintenance staff during a routine check. The cause of Man's death was not determined, but Gwinnett County Police Sgt.

There were no surveillance cameras in the mall corridors at the time, police said.

As of now, authorities were looking into Man's activities and acquaintances to find out what led to her untimely death.

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

Those who can help are asked to call.

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