Billboard created in hopes of locating missing Texas State student Jason Landry

A billboard created for missing Texas State student Jason Landry is about to go up Saturday in hopes of discovering him, in keeping with NBC-affiliate KXAN News.

At least six Facebook teams devoted to discovering Landry have partnered to collect donations and hire a billboard exterior of Luling, Texas, situated alongside U.S. Highway 183 at 2023 N. Magnolia Ave., for at the least 13 weeks. That settlement might be prolonged, if want be.

The Landry household permitted the billboard, which incorporates two pictures of him, in addition to a telephone quantity for the Texas Attorney General Cold Case and Miss­ing Per­sons Unit, if somebody wish to move alongside any ideas.

What occurred to Jason Landry?


The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office stated Jason Landry, 21, was heading to the Missouri City space in December of 2020. Investigators discovered his crashed car, a Nissan Altima, close to Luling off Salt Flat Road with some of his belongings scattered close by.

Texas Search and Rescue (TEXSAR) has been concerned in search efforts, however later suspended its search. Landry’s household and buddies has provided a $10,000 reward for data resulting in his whereabouts and return.

There aren’t any indications of foul play and no proof to help that Landry was the sufferer of a criminal offense, in keeping with Ferry.


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