HOUSTON (AP) - Police say the abandoned car of a missing Rice
University student had books and notes on how to assume a new
The material was discovered mid-June in the car on a street in
The vehicle is registered to Matthew Wilson, a 21-year-old
computer science major from Haworth, Oklahoma, who's been missing
Police spokesman Andrew Frankel told the Houston Chronicle that
there was literature in the vehicle on how somebody would go about
pursuing a new identification or persona.
Other items in the car included a book on how to live cheaply in
nearby San Francisco, a can of beans, rice and instant noodle soup.
Wilson was last seen by his roommate at their off-campus
apartment December 14th -- five days before the deadline to turn in
take-home exams. He was pre-registered for the spring semester at
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