Missing Harlem Student’s Body Found In Harlem River

Police found the body of a missing City College of New York student floating in the Harlem River on Monday night.

Cops discovered the fully-clothed body of Jaime Morban, 22, of Inwood, at about 6:30 p.m. — a week after he was last seen at City College of New York, police said.

Morban surfaced near the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse off of Harlem River Drive — less than a mile from his Inwood home, police said.

The city Medical Examiner will determine how he died, officials said.

Morban, an aspiring writer, was supposed to attend a literature class at 6:30 p.m. on May 15, 2017, but never showed up, said his dad, also named Jaime Morban, 63.

Morban last week described his son as an introvert who would rather stay home and play video games than go out and party.

Via source

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