Update: Texas EquuSearch suspends search for missing Texas State student

Pictured is 21-year-old Jason Landry. (Credit: Caldwell County Office of Emergency Management) (KSAT)

HOUSTON – Texas EquuSearch said Tuesday it is suspending its search for Jason Landry, a Texas State student from Missouri City.

The team has been searching for Landry over the last nine days since his disappearance.

Landry’s vehicle was found totaled and abandoned on a dirt road about 30 miles from campus. He was reportedly driving back home for Christmas break.

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Search crews said investigators have used “multiple resources in the search for Jason, including a helicopter with infrared cameras, UAVs (drones), side-scan sonar, scent dogs, as well as searchers on foot, ATVs and horseback” in the area surrounding the scene of his accident.

Landry is still missing.

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EquuSearch said the search will be suspended until law enforcement has credible and sufficient information that would lead to a more specific area to search.

The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office is taking over the investigation of the Landry case, according to Sgt. William Miller, a public information and crime prevention officer.

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