Family and friends of a missing college student from Austell fanned out across Middle Georgia State College's campus Tuesday passing out flyers.
Police said freshman Jmaal Keyes, 19, never returned to his dorm room after heading off to class on April 25.
Loved ones went to every building on campus hoping their efforts would lead them to Keyes' whereabouts.
Investigators told CBS Atlanta News that the phone company disconnected Keyes' cell phone on the same day he disappeared. They did not say if Keyes had the phone disconnected or if it was disconnected because of non-payment.
They also said Keyes had no car, credit cards or a bank account, so it is impossible to tell what his last transactions were.
Keyes left without taking anything from his dorm room, not even clothes, according to authorities.
Campus police are working with Cochran police, the Bleckley County Sheriff's Office, Georgia State Patrol and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to find Keyes.
Anyone with information that can help locate Jmaal Keyes can call the campus police department at (478) 934-3002 or (478) 471-2414.
Friday, April 18 2014 6:10 PM EDT2014-04-18 22:10:07 GMT
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