Missing South Kingstown woman is graduate of Prout

SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (WPRI) — A South Kingstown woman who was reported missing last week is a graduate of The Prout School, Eyewitness News has learned.

According to Prout principal David Estes, Alicia Storti was a member of the National Honor Society during her time at the school. Estes said she also served as a peer minister, was on the varsity cross country team and was voted most artistic by her fellow classmates.

In a statement to Eyewitness News, Estes said:

The Prout School community continues to hope and pray for the safety and well being of Alicia.  Our prayers are also with all the Storti family during this time.

Storti, 21, was last seen around midnight Thursday.

Family, friends and volunteers turned out Monday to search for her in the area of Arcadia Beach Pond in Exeter – but as the day came to a close, there were still no new developments.

According to police, Storti is 5-foot-2 and weighs about 102 pounds. She is described as having straight brown shoulder-length hair, brown eyes and fair skin.

At this time, there is no clothing description available.

South Kingstown police said they are working closely with Storti’s family and are following any leads that may develop.

A Facebook page has been set up to offer updates on the search.

Anyone with information about Storti’s whereabouts should contact South Kingstown police immediately at (401) 783-3321.

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