A Minnesota State University Mankato student still has not been heard from for two weeks. Mankato DPS Commander Dan Schisel said Morgan Stolee was last seen February 7th when she abruptly left work around 10 p.m.

MSU-Mankato student Morgan Stollee of has been missing since February 7th.

“As time goes on, it can be wearing on any parent. I don’t know the situation for her parents, but I know that they are just hoping that she reaches out,” he said. The commander believes that, “There are individuals that know something about this situation, and we really need them to come forward with the truth.”

Investigators are also searching for Morgan’s car, a dark purple 2011 Ford Fusion with Minnesota license plate 350-UXH. It was filed as stolen, and Schisel said they’re looking into a report that the tag was run by law enforcement in California on February 15th. “I don’t know why they ran that plate,” he said, “But we’ve reached out to that agency and asked that whoever ran it to please contact us.”

An electronic device that belongs to her pinged off a cell phone tower in northern Minnesota, near McGregor, the morning after Morgan was last seen.

Schisel said investigators believe Morgan may be with Trevor Newman of Belle Plaine. He said it is unusual that nobody has reported Newman missing, and, “If the family was concerned about him they would also be filing that. I don’t know why it is that they haven’t, but his name is now attached to this – just making sure that she is where she is under her own free will.”

Schisel added that a third person, possibly a juvenile from Belle Plaine, may also be with them

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is helping with the investigation into Morgan’s disappearance, and Schisel said, “That’s huge, because the BCA is throughout the entire state of Minnesota and they have many connections. Rather than just the Mankato agency right here looking at it, the BCA has officers all over the state so that can just pour a ton of resources into our efforts into locating her and making sure she’s okay.”

Schisel said Morgan still has not been in touch with friends or family, has not logged onto social media, and there has been no activity on her accounts since she was last seen leaving work.