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Missing NJIT student found unharmed

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Shamyra Rojas, 20 Shamyra Rojas, 20
Ahmed Hassan Dar, 18 Ahmed Hassan Dar, 18
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A 20-year-old student at New Jersey Institute of Technology has been found safe and unharmed.

Shamyra Rojas' family had reported her missing Monday and believed she was in the company of an ex-boyfriend.

Rojas was last seen on the parking deck of NJIT in Newark. The woman's family says some of her belongings were left behind.

Police say she was found Wednesday at the Princeton Junction train station with her ex-boyfriend, Ahmed Hassan Dar.

Nutley police did not provide any more details.

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