21 Year Old Mahalia Xiong Missing Since 2AM Friday Morning (7/13/07)in Green Bay, WI (UPDATE: Found Deceased)
21 year old Mahalia Xiong, a University of WI – Green Bay student has been missing since 2:00 AM, the morning of Friday, July 13, 2007. Mahalia Xiong was reported missing when she did not return from a night of bowling and drinking at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Xiong and her friends left the bowling alley about 2 a.m. Friday morning. Xiong took her own route home, heading for Green Bay and calling her boyfriend at about 2:30, but not leaving a message. No one has heard from her since.
Xiong is an officer in the university’s Southeast Asian Student Union. Her brother, Tou Lee, says his sister is a responsible, outgoing leader.
She was driving a four-door, 1996 Mercury Sable.
21-year-old Mahalia Xiong was last seen Friday around 2:30am – in a car traveling north on South Oneida Street.
- Xiong has a medium build
- about 5′ tall
- weighs 105 pounds
- She was last seen wearing black high heels, blue jeans and a long sleeve white shirt
- The vehicle is described as a white 1996 4-door Mercury Sable with Wisconsin plates of TFD-715.
If anyone has any information regarding the missing Mahalia Xiong please contact the Green Bay Police Department at 920-448-3208.
Xiong and her friends left the bar and returned to Ashwaubenon so she could pick up her car about two Friday morning. She took a different route and headed back to Green Bay.
She called her boyfriend about 2:30 a.m. but didn’t leave a message. No one has heard from her since. Xiong was physically seen driving her car around the same time.
A female body was found in the car that a 21-year-old University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student was last seen driving before she vanished two weeks ago. The car was pulled from the Fox River near downtown Green Bay Thursday, authorities said.
Green Bay Police Chief Jim Arts said a female body was in the vehicle and an autopsy would be conducted Friday to identify it and determine a cause of death.
The Mercury Sable was found in deep waters with “zero visibility” so divers could not immediately identify it or read the license plate, said Lt. Dave Wesely.
Wesely said the tracks were found near an industrial park and they went right into the river. (FOX)