Dwight Clark Found
October 7, 2010 by staff
Dwight Clark, an 18-year-old student at the college Bellingham, Washington, was last seen around 2:00 on September 26, leaving a party near campus. Friends said he was returning to his dormitory about six blocks away, but about 40 minutes later, a “ghost” of the text – not applicable or words – was sent from the phone at Clark another friend. The police later he was in downtown Bellingham, and had sifted through the region.
An agency believes that Clark was found by an employee of the port on Wednesday in a lagoon near the city center where dozens of researchers and volunteers have been searching, and about a mile from where the party he had attended a occurred.
Clark license was found on the body, spokesman for police in Bellingham Mark Young told KOMO-TV. An official identification of the medical examiner’s office will not come until later today, but “there is no reason to believe that it is not him,” Young told the Seattle Times.
“It’s just really sad, especially when it’s happening in your community,” said another mourning, Kristina Nelson, according to the station.
College Links Clark also expressed his sympathies. “We are deeply saddened and extend our deepest condolences to the Clark family and all who knew him personally Dwight,” Western Washington University President Bruce Shepard wrote on the website of the school. “We are saddened and hurt by this loss.”
Another candlelight memorial is scheduled for Saturday at Brannan Skate Park in Clark’s hometown of Auburn, Wash., according to a Facebook page with more than 20,700 members, established to educate the disappearance of the teenager. He was an avid skater. “Please if you skate, bring your board. Join us to recall the memory of Dwight Clark,” reads the page.
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