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updated: 10/25/2010 9:43 PM

DeKalb police to brief media on missing NIU student

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DeKalb's Police Chief Bill Feithen and DeKalb County State's Attorney John Farrell will speak at a media briefing Tuesday morning regarding the missing NIU student investigation and human remains found in a nearby park, according to an NIU announcement.

The two will be speaking at 11 a.m. to provide an "update on investigation into missing NIU student Toni Keller and the human remains found in Prairie Park in DeKalb," according to the NIU alert.

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Northern Illinois University freshman Antinette "Toni" Keller has been missing since Oct. 14 when she told friends she was going for a walk in Prairie Park.

The DeKalb Police Department announced Saturday that investigators had found human remains in the park along with items that most likely belonged to Keller, police said.

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