Parents of Cornell student offering reward for information regarding their son’s death

Following the mysterious death of their son at Cornell University last month the parents of Antonio Tsialas are putting out a plea for help.

Tsialas, 18, a Freshman at Cornell was last seen leaving an event at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity on Thursday, October 24. When he failed to meet a family member the next morning he was formally reported missing.

Cornell University Police later found Tsialas’ body Saturday afternoon in Fall Creek near Ithaca Falls but have released limited information about their investigation.

Nearly a month after their son’s death Tsialas’ parents are looking for information and offering a $10,000 dollar reward to anyone who can explain what happened to their son after the fraternity event.

Tsialas’ parents, John and Flavia spoke to ABC’s Good Morning America.

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