Police says Flower Mound student who attends Texas went missing since Friday

Police said a 22-year-old Texas A&M University student who has been missing since Friday was last seen in Caldwell.

Details Of The Report, Went Missing 

Around 11 a.m., Tanner Hoang of Flower Mound was seen by his roommates. According to police, a man was seen Friday shortly after noon filling up at a Shell in the 200 block of North Green Street in Caldwell and then at College Station. He was using a 2009 silver Lexus with Texas license plates BS2C737 at the time.

According to KBTX, his family announced on social media that they were in College Station for a graduation ceremony and were meeting Hoang for lunch. Around 8:30 a.m., Hoang got a text from his father and then switched off his phone.

According to the TV station, Hoang’s family had anticipated seeing him graduate but learned after he vanished that he hadn’t fulfilled all the prerequisites.

Social Media Efforts; ‘Finding Tanner Hoang’

More than 4,200 people have joined the “Finding Tanner Hoang” Facebook page, which is dedicated to search efforts.

On social media, Hoang’s family announced that they were in town to see his graduation. But after he vanished, they discovered he didn’t meet the graduation criteria. His absence from the festivities was verified by Texas A&M.

According to his father, he texted his son around 8:30 a.m. Tanner’s debit card was used at a gas station in Caldwell at around noon on Friday, according to a message that was read before Tanner’s phone shut off.

Call College Station police at 979-764-3600 with information on Hoang’s whereabouts as well as case number 2022-0101994.