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Nayla Kidda€™s actions are so bizarre that her family has become desperate to find the Louisville, Ky., native. The 19-year-old Columbia University sophomore who vanished a week and a half ago not only took down her Facebook page, but she also apparently changed her cellphone and bank account numbers a€” destroying any way someone could track her down, police sources said Saturday.


Nayla was last seen leaving a dorm party on Columbiaa€™s Morningside Heights campus May 5, shortly before finals were to begin. Renewed searches for Kidd, a sophomore in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, on Saturday didna€™t pan out, police sources said.
Kidd taught a popular belly-dancing class at Columbia and had published scientific research, friends said.


Anyone with information can call Columbia Public Safety at 212-854-5555, the NYPD 26th Precinct Detective Squad at 212-678-1351 or NYPD Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.



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  1. BLADEO writes:
    Guy that was traveling round.
  2. LEZGI_RUSH writes:
    Desperate quest to get out of town and re-center continues, assisted by Grace, and the multi-media post-retreat.