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Missing PSU Grad Spotted at Blue-White Game

According to a friend who spoke with Onward State, Robbie McGrath was seen at a Blue-White game tailgate Saturday afternoon. She said Robbie, “was acting differently than the Robbie we know.”

McGrath is a 2008 graduate of Penn State. Until this afternoon, he had been last seen on Sunday. A missing persons report has been filed with the Pittsburgh police but details of the investigation are unknown.

When he was seen for a short time near Beaver Stadium on Saturday, Robbie was wearing a white Penn State #22 jersey, a navy long-sleeve Under Armour type shirt, jeans, and aviator sunglasses. He drives a dark red 1990s Buick Century with OBX and Pittsburgh Penguins bumper stickers.

Information is being directed at the State College Police Department. You can reach their office at 814-234-7150.

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