On Wednesday, the Gwinnett Medical Examiner identified the body as 19-year-old Lawrenceville resident Silling A. Man.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported this week that 19-year-old student was reported missing October 8, only to disappear two days later after returning home the first time. She went missing again two days later. A subsequent missing persons report was not filed. Just days later she returned home, though, and her missing-person case was closed on October 10.
Silling A. Man was found in a vacant Subway restaurant space in the Gwinnett Place Mall on December 21. However, she did not enroll in the spring semester classes. She was a student at Georgia State University.
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.
Man was seen on November 20, when she picked up her final paycheck from a job at another shopping center in the area, the Perimeter Mall.
Man's body was first discovered December 21 around 11 a.m. EST by a mall maintenance staff during a routine check.
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Police at the time reported there were no obvious signs of trauma on the Asian woman's body. Jake Smith said they are investigating it as a suspicious death.
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.
Police are now looking for more information about the death, including information on Man's activities and acquaintances.
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"It's probably not a great reflection of the current private owners of the mall", Jace Brooks, a local county commissioner, told an Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist. The public was asked to call Gwinnett detectives at 404 577-8477.
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