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CHICAGO — A student at North Park University missing since last week was found dead, according to Chicago police.

Coman Fevrier, 21, was last seen at the university’s Hanson Hall, 225 West Foster Ave., around 2:30 p.m. Friday. He texted his sister the following day around 5:45 p.m. and that was the last time he had contact with friends or family.

On Sunday at around 5:20 a.m., he was found laying on the ground in the 4700 block of North Kennicott. Fevrier was transported to Community First Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Fevrier was a talented musician and played the cello at North Park. One of his old neighbors described him as a “beautiful soul.”

One of his music teachers told WGN News he was a stellar student and classmate.

“He was the kind of person that was just magnetic,” professor Michael McBride said. “People felt safe and comfortable talking with him and he was also a burgeoning creative person as well, wanting to develop his songwriting skills.”

McBride said Fevrier was supposed to participate in a songwriting festival next week.

Chicago police have launched a death investigation.