LULING, TX (KXAN). Over the weekend, volunteers continued their search in Luling for missing Texas State University student Jason Landry.
“This search is part of an ongoing volunteer effort for Jason Landry and his family… Each search is strategically planned and efforts will continue until Jason is found,” search coordinators said.
According to the organizers, about 30 volunteers participated in the search, including at least six professional dog handlers with dogs to search for human remains.
“The search team was met and prayed to Jason’s mother Lisa Landry before the search began early Saturday morning,” search coordinators said.
Organizers said searchers came from all over Texas to take part in the work, although the area around Salt Flat Road in Luling and the crash site where Jason’s car was found was vast and in many places very dense and rugged terrain.
“Despite these or any other obstacles, Jason Landry’s volunteers and the search team remain fully committed to this effort until Jason Landry is found.” coordinators said.
Anyone with any information that could help locate Jason has been asked to contact Rachel Kading at the Texas Attorney General’s Cold Case Office at 512-936-0742.