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A MISSING Texas student has been found dead in Austin after sparking a massive search with his shocking disappearance a week ago, police confirmed.
College Station police confirmed to The U.S. Sun on Saturday that the search for Tanner Hoang has come to a tragic end while a friend says no foul play is suspected, according to a heartbreaking post.
The Texas A&M student was reportedly found dead near the Pennybacker Bridge not far from where his car was recovered on Thursday, according to a post on a Facebook page dedicated to finding the 22-year-old.
Michael C Miller, a friend of Hoang and administrator for the page, wrote: “This is not the outcome that we have all been praying for, but on this Christmas Eve, Tanner is now in the arms of his Savior, King, Prince of Peace, Joy, and Healer.
“No foul play is suspected.”
While CSPD said that Hoang was found dead in Austin, officials have yet to confirm where or when he was found.
This comes after those assisting the search in Austin were asked to return home by Miller on Saturday who said that “more information” was to follow.
“Tanner’s family wants everyone to know how much they have appreciated everyone’s help,” Miller wrote.
“They feel God’s love for them through the overwhelming outpouring of support. They know Tanner was loved by so many.
“Please continue to lift their family up in prayer.”
Hoang was last seen outside an apartment off campus on December 16 at around 8am before he went missing.
The Texas mechanical engineering student’s family was in town for graduation and grew concerned when he didn’t show up for a lunch ahead of the ceremony.
On Thursday, Texas law enforcement confirmed that his car was found in Austin.
Texas Department of Public Safety and police were searching the vehicle for evidence but said there was no trace of the missing student.
Images and video also emerged on Thursday, showing Hoang at a Caldwell gas station on Friday, KAGS-TV reported.
His family was in town on Friday to attend Hoang’s graduation ceremony and were shocked to discover he did not make the requirements.
The university confirmed that he was not set to take part in the commencement ceremony.
Tanner’s father sent him a text around 8.30am that was read before the missing student turned off his phone.
Amber Alert Network Brazos Valley’s Check Fleeger previously spoke of the concerning case while Tanner was still missing, and urged people to quell preconceived notions or theories.
“We can assume that we understand why a person is missing and what they’re thinking,” Fleeger said.
“But until you find them, and you verify the circumstances, it’s really important that people remain vigilant, that we continue to watch out, that we do everything.”
Hoang’s cause of death is unclear at this time.
While the circumstances surrounding his disappearance and death remain a mystery, Hoang’s family emphasized that wished for him to hear one message.
“Just let him know his family loves him, his entire extended family, that God loves him, there’s nothing that he has done that would keep us from loving him,” Tanner’s uncle Tuan Hoang told KHOU 11.
The U.S. Sun has reached out to the Austin Police Department for more information on this incident.
Tragic update in case of missing Texas student Tanner Hoang
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