The body of missing University of Missouri student Riley Strain has been found in a river in West Nashville

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Riley Strain's Family Provides Update, United Cajun Fleet Joins Search


A body found in a river in West Nashville has been confirmed as one Missing University of Missouri student Riley StrainThe Metropolitan Nashville Police Department confirmed Friday.

“The body of Riley Strain was recovered this morning from the Cumberland River in West Nashville, approximately 8 miles from downtown,” police said. Social media.

Police added that “no sports-related trauma was found” and an autopsy was pending.

Strain, 22, went missing while on a fraternity trip to Nashville and was last seen on March 8. Expelled Luke's 32 Bridge is a bar owned by country singer Luke Bryan.

In recent days, there has been a search for strains The area focuses on waterways After him Got a debit card Across the river in Nashville. Officials first focused on the downtown area of ​​the Cumberland River before expanding the search to include more of the river, including Cheetham Dam, about 40 miles from downtown Nashville. Helicopters, boats and ground forces are involved in the search. Police also shut down the dam to inspect debris floating on the surface, a CBS affiliate reported. WTVF reported.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is working with the Cheatham County Sheriff's Office to conduct operations downstream of the river. The United Cajun Navy, a volunteer disaster relief organization, is also involved in the search. It is not clear which agency found the body that was found on Friday.

The Cumberland River is a major waterway that flows over 680 miles through Kentucky and Tennessee. There are many dams in the river.

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This is a developing story and will be updated.

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