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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Police in Gainesville say they've identified a person of interest in the case of a missing University of Florida student from Miami.



The

Gainesville Sun reports

police believe 18-year-old Christian Aguilarbe a victim of foul play.



The Gainesville Police Department said 18-year-old Pedro A Bravo said he had an altercation with Aguilar Thursday evening and left him in a parking lot in the 4900 block of NW 13th Street. Police say Aguilar may be disoriented or seriously injured and may not be able to seek help.



The newspaper reports that Bravo has not been charged but is being held under the state's Baker Act after making comments to police about wanting to harm himself.



Aguilar's friends and relatives have been searching for him since Friday. He was last seen wearing a blue-gray hoodie and light-colored jeans.



Over the weekend, the GPD and the UF Police Department searched for Aguilar. The GPD deployed K-9 units and helicopters, but did not find anything leading to Aguilar.



Police said Monday they are looking for Aguilar's cellphone, which looks similar to one in the photo above.



If you have any information on the phone or Aguilar's whereabouts, contact the Gainesville Police Department's Criminal Investigations Bureau at (352) 393-7670.

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