The Northwestern University Police Department continues its investigation into the missing persons case of Trevor Boehm, an NU freshman who has been missing for a week.

University Police officers have interviewed students in the residence hall where Boehm lives, other friends, his family and other persons who may have relevant information.

University spokesman Alan K. Cubbage says the police also have searched campus buildings and open spaces.

In addition, he says, they’ve contacted the Evanston and Chicago police departments and filed information with state and national missing persons databases.

Northwestern University Police are following up on all leads received from the community, regarding possible sightings of Boehm or his bicycle, which also has been reported missing.

Anyone with information that may help locate Trevor should contact Northwestern University Police at 847-491-3254.

Cubbage says university officials remain in contact with the student’s family. “We continue to hope for the best in this difficult situation,” Cubbage says.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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