Missing teen's body was in Subway restaurant for two weeks

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

But that same day, a maintenance worker made a startling discovery in the Duluth, Ga., mall's food court: In the back room of a vacant Subway restaurant was a decomposing body, according to the Gwinnett County Police Department.

Police continue to investigate the death of a 19-year-old college student found in a Georgia mall days before Christmas.

Man had first been reported missing by her family on October 8, police said. Man disappeared again on October 10, but another missing person report was not filed, police said.

A police report explained the Lawrenceville woman had been dead for about two weeks when she was found.

Gwinnett County police noted that Man was last seen on November 20 when she picked up her last paycheck at a store in Perimeter Mall where she worked.

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This story first appeared in the New York Post and republished with permission.

Man was found in a vacant Subway restaurant space located in the mall December 21, according to a report in Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta. Man was a psychology major that had been enrolled for the Fall 2017 semester but had not yet registered for Spring classes.

There were no surveillance cameras in the mall corridors at the time, police said.

Police have yet to reveal the cause of her death as "the circumstances surrounding her death are still being investigated", according to a press release. "I would think if I were actively managing a large retail facility I would hope that I would notice a body of a woman that had passed away in that facility fairly quickly".

Channel 2's Gwinnett County Bureau Chief Tony Thomas spoke with Man's aunt about her death, for Channel 2 Action News at 6 p.m.

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