The parents of the Cornell freshman who was found dead in a campus gorge are reportedly offering $10,000 for information into their son’s death.
The family of 18-year-old Antonio Tsialas are making the plea through two full-page ads in the Ivy League school’s student newspaper, The Cornell Daily Sun, which will run Monday and Tuesday, the family’s lawyer David Bianchi told CNN.
Tsialas’ family is seeking answers into how their son died last month. The student, a Miami native, was last seen leaving a campus frat event about 9:30 p.m. on Oct. 24.
His body was found at the base of Fall Creek Gorge two days later.
The night before he vanished, he dined with his mother, who was in town for Family Weekend.
His mother said her son was happy at college and had been selected as a campus tour guide, in addition to joining the Cornell Mundial FC club soccer team, the Miami Herald reported.
“The circumstances of Tsialas’s death are still under investigation, but no foul play is suspected,” police said in a statement at the time.
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