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Brooke Wilberger's Roommates Remember Her as School Starts

Brooke Wilberger's Roommates Remember Her as School Starts

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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- While school is getting under way at Brigham Young University, roommates of a missing co-ed say they are remembering their friend.

Brooke Wilberger disappeared May 24th from a Corvallis, Oregon apartment her sister managed.

She was scheduled to move into an apartment near BYU with five roommates last week.

Her roommates say though she's not returning for fall classes, they're remembering her through a collage of pictures around the apartment and a teddy bear they made for the 19-year-old.

All of Wilberger's roommates from freshman year have moved back into the apartment except one. Friends say Wilberger's disappearance was too hard on Rachel Wooley, who has decided she's not ready to come back to school yet.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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