Texas A&M Student Vanishes; Last Seen Friday Morning: Police

An Amber Alert was issued for a Texas A&M civil engineering student who hasn’t been seen since Friday, December 16.

Tanner Hoang was supposed to meet his family for lunch before his graduation ceremony, but he never showed up.

“The College Station Police Department is seeking information on the location of 22 year old Tanner Hoang. Tanner has been missing since Friday December 16, 2022 and is possibly driving a silver colored 2009 Lexus ES350 with Texas LP BS2C737. Tanner may have left the local area. If you have information please contact 979-764-3600 or local law enforcement,” according to a flyer posted by the Amber Alert Network Brazos Valley.

Hoang was seen driving westbound on Highway 21 on Friday, according to an update from his family.

“Tanner’s family reports that they have seen video of his vehicle continuing westbound on Hwy 21 as if leaving Caldwell on Friday December 16th. Please share with along 21/I35 corridor (San Marcos, Austin, San Antonio, etc)” the updated Amber Alert reported.

According to Fox 7 Austin, Tanner Hoang wasn’t supposed to walk across the stage with other graduates because his name was not included at the commencement ceremony.

Police are asking the public for help finding Tanner Hoang.

He is 22 years old, 6 feet tall with brown hair and brown eyes.

Fox 7 Austin reported:

Detectives are asking for help finding a Texas A&M student who disappeared days ago.

College Station police said Texas A&M Civil Engineering student Tanner Hoang was last seen Friday morning.

“So my family and I, four brothers, we all went to A&M, graduated from there, and he obviously his dad went there, graduated from there. So Tanner had always loved Texas A&M, went to football games, so always wanted to go to Texas A&M and when you got there, made some great friends involved in intramurals, you know, So he loved the place. He loved the people,” Tanner Hoang’s Uncle Quan Hoang said.

His family said Tanner was supposed to meet them for lunch ahead of graduation, but he didn’t show up.

“I think I was thinking this is not characteristic of Tanner. When we have family gatherings from Tanner, he’s there. He’s never been this way. So it was. I was a little bit shocked about it, but nevertheless,” Hoang said.

Tanner’s family said they found out after he wasn’t going to walk across the stage. Texas A&M University said his name was not included at the commencement ceremony.

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