Crews plan new search for missing Texas State student who disappeared 10 months ago

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Thursday, October 14, 2021
Crews to return to area where Missouri City native disappeared
Jason Landry hasn't been seen in 10 months. Search crews are scheduled to visit several areas of interest this weekendin rural Caldwell County.

LULING, Texas (KTRK) -- Ten months after disappearing from a rural south-central Texas road, crews are slated to return to the area to search for signs of a missing Texas State University student with Houston-area ties.

Jason Landry, the Missouri City native who was last seen in December 2020, has been the focus of massive search efforts covering hundreds of miles. His crashed car was found outside of Luling, Texas, approximately 30 miles from the Texas State campus in San Marcos.

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Search crews are scheduled to look at new areas of interest beginning Saturday.

Landry's wallet, phone and keys were found inside the car. Clothing was found approximately 900 feet from the crash, according to the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office.

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Jason Landry disappeared Dec. 13 from a rural central Texas road after a car crash. Authorities are still working to find out what happened to him.

The search organization otherwise known as TEXSAR said its initial operation included nine days of ground search and three days of aerial search spanning with more than 100 trained volunteers.

If you know anything about Landry's whereabouts, call 911 or the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office at 512-398-6777 or email Detective Jeff Ferry at

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