PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A candlelight vigil for a Duquesne student who has been missing for almost a month will be held downtown Monday night.

Duquesne University grad student Dakota James, 23, was last seen in downtown Pittsburgh on the night of Jan. 25.

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There have been multiple searches for James in the weeks since he has been missing, and last week, Bring Our Missing Home, a national organization that helps families find their missing loved ones, began working with James’s family.

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The organization will hold a candlelight vigil for James on Monday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. in Agnes R. Katz Plaza, one of the last places James was seen.

James was reportedly seen at the Wood Street T Station that night, and surveillance footage shows him walking through Katz Plaza in the Cultural District at 11:46 p.m. on the night he disappeared.

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