Texas A&M student found dead after ‘uncharacteristic’ disappearance

A Texas A&M University (TAMU) student has been found dead in Austin, Texas, just over a week after he went missing.

Tanner Huang, 22, was reportedly last seen in College Station around 11am on December 16th.

His family said they were supposed to meet him for lunch before watching him graduate, but he didn’t show up. Tamu Huang said he was ineligible to graduate because he did not meet certain requirements. CBS DFW.

His uncle, Bao Huang, described his disappearance as “uncharacteristic”.

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“He’s always there to help. Whenever I came back to Texas or his grandparents needed help, he was there. His parents needed help.” family gatherings, whenever [he would] It always shows up,” said Bao Huang KXXV.

Hoang’s father reportedly sent him a message at 8:30 am.

Juan was found near the Pennybacker Bridge on Loop 360 on Christmas Eve, but no foul play was suspected.

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Police also reported finding a body in the water just before 12:30 p.m., but have yet to confirm its identity. Fox 7.

The nonprofit said Huang’s car was also near the scene. Amber Alert Network Brazos Valley. his wallet recovered No damage inside the car.

A spokesperson for the Hoang family said they are grateful for the support they have received during this difficult time.

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“This is not the outcome we all hoped for, but this Christmas Eve, Tanner is in the arms of a Savior, King, Prince of Peace, Joy and Healer,” the spokesperson wrote. Facebook post“The Tanner family wants everyone to know how much they have been grateful for their help. They are feeling God’s love for them through the overwhelming outpouring of support.”

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