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Police Believe Missing Minnesota Student Likely Dead

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The brother of a missing University of Minnesota student says police have found her jacket covered in blood and punctured with holes. 

Tyson Schunk says investigators found the jacket in the apartment of the ex-wife of Anarae Schunk's former boyfriend.

He says family members were told a knife connected to the case was found on the roof of the apartment building in St. Paul.

Burnsville police have told the Schunk family they believe Anarae is dead.

Volunteers searched fields, park land and other locations in Rosemount and Lilydale Sunday for the missing woman.

The 20-year-old student has been missing since early September 22 when she apparently left a bar in Burnsville with her ex-boyfriend and his current girlfriend.

The ex-boyfriend, Anthony Lee Nelson, is charged with killing a man outside the bar that same day.

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