EVANSTON, IL (WKOW)-- The body of a Northwestern University student from New York who was last seen leaving a weekend party has been found in a harbor near the school's suburban Chicago campus.
Authorities say the body of 18-year-old sophomore Harsha Maddula was pulled late Thursday from a harbor in Wilmette. Northwestern spokesman, Alan Cubbage says Maddula's wallet was found on the body, which showed no signs of foul play.
Maddula was last seen after midnight Saturday. A relative says he went to the party with several friends and disappeared after he and several others left for a party. His parents and other relatives arrived in Evanston on Monday from Long Island, New York, to join the search for the pre-med engineering student, who had been recently diagnosed with diabetes.
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