Jason Landry Updated Photo

Update: Dec. 22, 5:23 p.m.

The search for missing Texas State student Jason Landry, 21, has been suspended by Texas EquuSearch following an extensive search.

According to a press release, law enforcement and two different search teams have thoroughly searched for Landry for nine days but have not found him.

Investigators have used a helicopter with infrared cameras, drones, side-scan sonar, scent dogs and searchers on foot, ATVs and horse back.  

According to Texas EquuSearch, it is suspending search operations until law enforcement investigators can obtain sufficient information that can lead its team into a more specific area to search.

Update: Dec. 21, 10:43 a.m.

The family of 21-year-old missing Texas State student Jason Landry has requested help from the community by spreading the flyer below.

Anyone with information on Landry's whereabouts or disappearance is asked to contact the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office at (512) 398-6777.    

Jason Landry Missing Flyer

Original Story 

The Department of Public Safety is actively searching for 21-year-old Texas State sophomore and sound recording technology major Jason Landry after his vehicle was found in Luling, Texas. 

According to Sgt. Deon Cockrell with DPS, a citizen's report was received at approximately 12:30 a.m. on Dec. 14 regarding a vehicle that crashed near Salt Flat Road in Luling; the vehicle is believed to have belonged to Landry. State troopers arrived at the scene and found no driver or occupants besides a few items outside the vehicle. 

Helicopters and search teams are continuing to search the surrounding areas to locate where Landry may have traveled following the crash. 

DPS has no other information at this time. 

Anyone with information on Landry's whereabouts may contact DPS at (844) 643-2251.

The University Star will update this story with more information as it becomes available. 

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