New search begins for missing Texas State University student in Caldwell County

A new search is underway for Jason Landry, a student at Texas State University, after he disappeared in December 2020.

A search party is currently in Caldwell County after being called to assist the sheriff’s office, according to a report from KSAT’s sister station, KPRC.

Landry, 21, was heading to Missouri City and left her apartment in San Marcos at 10:55 p.m. on Dec. 13, deputies said.

Data shows that at 11:24 p.m., Jason entered Luling City off Highway 80 and stopped using the Waze app and started using Snapchat.

Investigators said his fingerprint essentially stopped near the 183 freeway and Austin Street. At 12:31 a.m., Landry’s vehicle was found after being damaged.

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Texas EquuSearch previously searched the area where Landry disappeared, but has since suspended its search.

Caldwell County Sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Ferry said he does not believe foul play was a factor and evidence at the scene does not appear to show Landry was the victim of a crime, KPRC reports.

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