BROOKLIN, Maine — The owners of the Brooklin Inn are asking the public for help in finding an Italian college student who last was seen leaving work Tuesday night.
Chip Angell said Davide Armagni, 20, was reported missing Thursday morning, when two waitresses who worked with him went to the inn to pick him up for a tour of Stonington and found no sign of him.
Angell said that Armagni was aware of the plan and that it would be unusual for him not to keep the appointment.
Angell was not sure what Armagni was wearing when he last was seen but said that he usually wore rugby-type shirts and shorts.
Angell also said that Armagni’s belongings, including his computer, were still in the cottage he was staying in behind the inn. The student does not have a means of transportation, does not have a cellphone and was not known to have made friends in the area outside of work.
Armagni is an engineering student at the University of Bologna who had been working at the inn over the summer, Angell said. Armagni’s job placement application with InterExchange, a nonprofit organization that provides cultural exchange and employment opportunities for young adults, shows that he was scheduled to be in Maine until Sept. 15.
Anyone who has information about Armagni’s whereabouts is asked to call the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office at 667-7575 or the Brooklin Inn at 359-2777.