A University of Minnesota Twin Cities student who disappeared Friday after a night out at a popular student bar was seen on surveillance video jumping or falling into the Mississippi River blocks away, police revealed Monday.

Jennifer Houle, 22, vanished after leaving the Blarney Bar in Minneapolis.

"Last night, video evidence was located that indicates Ms. Houle entered the river from the 10th Avenue Bridge on Friday morning. No suspects are being sought," the department said in a statement to FoxNews.com.

"We extend our deepest condolences to the Houle family and all of Jennifer’s many friends," the statement added.

The department said it is now seeking police assistance in a “water recovery effort.”

On Sunday, police said they found Houle’s purse three blocks from the bar.

On Monday, the Pi Beta Phi sorority, which Houle is a member of, asked members and students to wear purple to spread awareness for Houle, as “it is her favorite color.

“We need all the help we can get to find this warm-hearted, beautiful person,” the organization wrote on its Facebook page. “If you have any information, please contact us or the Minneapolis police.”

The University said it is working with law enforcement in the search for Houle and is offering support and counseling to any students who need it.

A day earlier, more than 200 friends and family members of Houle attended a prayer vigil outside Stillwater High School, where she graduated four years ago.

A website has also been set up to assist in the search.

FoxNews.com's Greg Norman contributed to this report.