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Police Name Suspect in Missing BYU Student Case

Police Name Suspect in Missing BYU Student Case

Posted - Jun. 24, 2004 at 8:01 a.m.



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(KLS News) In Oregon, police name a suspect in the case of a missing BYU student.

19 year old Brooke Wilberger disappeared from a Corvallis apartment complex nearly one month ago.

Police now say 30 year old Sung Koo Kim is a suspect in Wilberger's case.

Kim was jailed earlier this week on a 10 million dollar bail.

They also say he has been named as a suspect in a string of burglaries at Pacific University and faces similar charges for stealing women's underwear from college dormatories from two other Oregon universities.

When Kim was arrested, police found thousands of pairs of underwear, violent, explicit photographs and dryer lint labeled as being from the apartment complex where Wilberger was last seen.

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