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Update: 1:53 p.m.

Ryan Uhre, whose body was found this morning in a College Avenue building, was an intern in the legislative office of Rep. Richard Stark, a Democrat from Weston, at the time he went missing Feb. 2.

Stark made the following statement today:

"Today, I am deeply saddened and truly shocked by the news that law enforcement in Tallahassee have announced that they have found the body of my legislative intern Ryan Uhre, who had missing since February 2. A few minutes ago, I attempted to reach out to Ryan's family to express my condolences. Ryan's family, friends and coworkers are in our thoughts and prayers in this time of grief. I have no further information or comment about the circumstances. I encourage you all to keep Ryan's family in your prayers."
Update: 1:49 p.m.

The Florida State University vice president for student affairs Mary Coburn made a statement regarding 23-year-old former FSU student Ryan Uhre.

Uhre's body was found on the second floor of a College Avenue building this morning. He had been missing for 14 days.

"We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Ryan Uhre, a well-liked member of our university family. We feel the profound loss of a life ending far too soon — and our thoughts and prayers go out to Ryan's family, which has shown much courage during the past few weeks. The university's Greek Life and Victim Advocate offices are providing support to them and to Ryan's friends, as well as to any student who requests it during this difficult time."

1:08 p.m.

Police have said the body found in a College Avenue building belongs to missing former Florida State student Ryan Uhre, 23.

"It is with a heavy heart that TPD announces that the body that we have discovered in the building belongs to Ryan Uhre," Northway said.

Investigators with the Tallahassee Police Department began canvassing the area after reviewing surveillance video. Investigators went to the second floor of the building where they found Uhre's body near an open window. The window had been previously boarded shut, Northway said.

The body found in College Avenue building has been identified as Ryan Uhre, who went missing from Andrew's Feb. 2.

noon update

The body found in College Avenue building has been identified as Ryan Uhre, who went missing from Andrew's Feb. 2.

11:45 a.m.

Tallahassee police confirm they have found a body on the upper floor of a building on College Avenue near Adams Street, according to Dave Northway, public information officer for TPD.

Police were called out to the scene at 8:30 a.m. The investigation is active and ongoing, Northway said.

Northway could not say whether the body looked injured or even whether it's male or female.

Police work all unattended deaths as a homicide.

Investigators have been coming in and out of the building next to the hair salon Randazzles all day.

Investigators are also looking in the alleyways next to the building. Northway could not say whether the building was abandoned or who owns it.

Northway said more information will be available soon.

11:24 a.m.

Tallahassee police confirm they have found a body on the upper floor of a building on College Avenue near Adams Street, according to Dave Northway, public information officer for TPD.

"I can confirm at this time that we have located a body we're currently working that body," Northway said.

"We are not going to be able to give any more information at this time." Police are waiting on the medical examiner to identify the body.

Police have not provided any further information.

It's the same area of downtown Tallahassee where 23-year-old former Florida State student Ryan Uhre was last seen Feb. 2. He was officially reported missing Feb. 7 by FSU Police Department. Tallahassee and South Florida police have been investigating his disappearance since. To be clear: police have not connected this crime scene to the Uhre investigation.

Update:10:45 a.m.

Our reporter is still on scene. Tallahassee Police Department spokesman Dave Northway said he doesn't know when he will get the details of the crime scene. He has not spoken with the media yet.

Our reporter said there are two spokesmen on scene, one for the fire department and one for the police department as well as a legal advisor. Investigators with orange gloves are walking in and out of the front door of a building on the south side of College Avenue. Other investigators are walking through the nearby alleyway.

Original story

The Tallahassee Police Department and the Tallahassee Fire Department are responding to a crime scene at the upper floor of a building on College Avenue near Adams Street, according to Dave Northway, public information officer for TPD.

A fire ladder is reaching to the floor above Randazzles, a hair salon. There is also a forensics truck on scene.

Authorities have College Ave. closed between Adams St. and Duval St. The details of what kind of crime scene have not been released yet.

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