Body of missing Temple University student found

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"We are aggressively investigating, continuing our investigation working with our police partners from Philadelphia and Lower Salford". Hupperterz is now in custody after Burleigh was found deceased on Saturday night in a home in Paupack Township.

An intense search for Burleigh all day Saturday ended tragically when her body was found more than a 100 miles from Philadelphia in the rural northern Wayne County at a lakefront home of Hupperterz's grandmother.

A man will be charged with murder after the body of a U.S. university student missing for three days was found at a lakefront property in the US. Investigators say there is no indication of a prior relationship between the two.

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Burleigh is a commuter student from Lower Salford Township in Montgomery County.

Police said Hupperterz transferred the body from his apartment near the Temple campus to a property in Jenkintown, and then his grandmother's property in Wayne County.

Police also found 10 to 15 pillow-case sized bags of marijuana and about $20,000 in cash, according to the report. She was majoring in film and media arts, Temple spokesman Ray Betzner said.

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Ms Burleigh's death has left her student community "heartbroken" and "devastated" over the loss of a "beautiful young woman" who embodied the "spirit of Temple". This news organization is withholding the man's name until he is charged.

Charlie Leone, the executive director of Temple's Campus Safety Services, told PhillyVoice on Saturday that Burleigh's family contacted Temple police when Burleigh never came home Thursday. Temple's confidential tip line can be reached at 215-204-6493.

Burleigh's sister, Janelle Burleigh, posted another image of Burleigh on Facebook on Friday morning asking that users share the post and call her or their father if anyone has seen or heard from Jenna.

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