Video reportedly shows missing student on night of disappearance

Published reports say there is more surveillance video of missing college student Lauren Spierer the night she vanished.

The 20-year-old from Edgemont disappeared early June 3 after a night of partying.

A source who saw the video from Spierer's apartment building in Bloomington, Ind. told the Journal News she was seen stumbling out of an elevator at about 2:30 a.m.

The video hasn't been made public, but it reportedly contradicts statements made by Corey Rossman, who claimed Spierer helped get him home the night she vanished. Rossman has said it was Spierer who later helped him walk home after he was punched in the face and suffered memory loss.

Rossman's roommate and neighbor have backed this story up, and say Spierer was last seen walking home at around 4 a.m.

Today, Spierer's mother wrote an open letter on her blog, first talking about her heartbreak. "Every day something reminds me of her. It might be something as small as seeing a sunflower ... my heart is breaking."

She then goes on to plead for more information. "But outside all that goodness, I've learned there lurks an evil, a cruel, heartless element that cares more about themselves than the life of my daughter ...Your silence is deafening. Your lack of compassion is irreprehensible."

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