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Volunteer Linda Cassell, left, walks with search team leader Brian Pace, as they search along the railroad tracks behind the Charlottesville Downtown Mall during a massive search effort by the community for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, Sept. 20, 2014, in Charlottesville, Va.
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One of the last times Hannah Graham was seen, it was early Saturday, Sept. 13, and a camera outside a gas station in Charlottesville, Virginia, briefly filmed her walking, then running. A few minutes before, Graham, a second-year student at the University of Virginia, was seen talking to a man outside McGrady’s Pub, a bar not far from campus; shortly after 1 a.m., she sent a text message to a friend: she was lost. Then, the eighteen-year-old vanished.

In the days after, Graham’s disappearance has rattled the small Virginia community, leaving residents, friends and family to wonder — What happened to Hannah? Here’s what we know so far…

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