The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a college student from Skippack continues. 21-year-old, Matthew Royer, after a few sightings, has seemingly vanished on his way home from the University of Rhode Island. Police say he left the campus on Thursday at 6:30. He was seen by video at a Sunoco on routes-78 and 100, just after 2am Friday. Since then, the trail to locate Royer has gone cold. Royer’s parents held a news conference Monday afternoon at the State Police Barracks in Skippack, pleading for their son to call home, if he can. Royer is a white male, brown hair, brow eyes, 6-1, 160 pounds. He was driving a silver Chevy Cobalt with a license plate tag of GZR-9059. Anyone with information is urged to call State Police.
Matthew Royer, who was the subject of a massive search and investigation by several police jurisdictions has been found alive in North Carolina.
According to reports, the 21-year-old Skippack resident is with his family at an unknown place in North Carolina. Royer had been missing since leaving the campus of The University of Rhode Island on Thursday.
Royer was seen on video at a Sunoco gas station on Routes 100 and 78 just before 2am Friday .Two employees at a Subway in Lebanon, Pa saw
Royer at around 1pm friday. It's not known what led to Royer's actions.
On Monday, Royer's parents held a news conference asking their son to
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