Annrose Jerry, a 21-year-old Indian-origin female studying at the University Of Notre Dame was found dead when her body was recovered from a lake on the campus in the US state of Indiana.
Annrose Jerry, an accomplished musician, was a student at the University. She was majoring in science and business. She was missing since January 21, CBS Minnesota reported.
On Thursday, the authorities issued a silver alert, believing she was in extreme danger.
In a statement, Notre Dame News, the university’s media relations office, said, “Jerry had been missing since the evening of Tuesday and Notre Dame Police scoured the campus and pursued multiple leads in an effort to find her.”
On Friday, public safety personnel found her body in an on-campus lake. St. Joseph County Coroner Michael J McGann positively identified Jerry.
McGann said external examination of the body revealed no apparent signs of trauma.
“Devastated. Very saddened. … She was one of the best students in my class, actually,” WNDU channel quoted Phil McCown, who taught Jerry biochemistry as saying.
In her obituary, Jerry was described as a skilled musician, with expertise in playing the piano. She also played the flute for her university’s Folk Choir.
“Annrose was a sweet, intelligent, strong, passionate, kind-hearted friend and she will be so dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and loved ones,” the University of Nore Dam Folk Choir said in a Facebook post.
Jerry was going to graduate this year and was looking to pursue dental studies.