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Tanner Hoang was assassinated by who?

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People are looking for an update on Tanner Hoang’s case after he was discovered dead in Austin more than a week after going missing.

More than a week after going missing,

a Texas A&M University student was discovered dead in Austin.

Tanner Hoang, 22, was last seen near the main campus of the institution.

Hoang’s family, from Flower Mound, Texas, also claimed to be in town for his graduation ceremony,

but he vanished just as they were about to meet for lunch.

Was a Texus A&M University student murdered?

Tanner Hoang, 22, of Flower Mound, was discovered dead near the Pennybacker Bridge on Loop 360, according to investigators.

The reason of death has not been announced, but investigators do not suspect foul play.

At the time of his disappearance, the Texas student’s family was in town for his graduation

and got concerned when he failed to show up for a meal before the ceremony.

Tanner’s father reported that he texted him at 8:30 a.m. and received confirmation

that Tanner had read it before shutting off his son’s phone.

Emily followed his debit card usage and discovered that he had put gas in his

car around 12:08 p.m. at a gas station in Caldwell, Texas, but it was unknown where he drove after that.

Tanner Hoang
Tanner with his university friends source: Twitter

Although the cause of death has not been revealed, the police do not suspect foul play.

When the Texas student failed to appear for lunch before the ceremony,

his family, who had traveled to town for his graduation, became concerned.

Tanner’s father claimed that he sent him a text around 8:30 a.m. and saw a sign that Tanner had received it before turning off his son’s phone.

Update on the Tanner Hoang Case

Tanner Hoang
Tanner’s friend giving interrogation source: Youtube

As previously indicated, the reason for the death for Hoang is unknown.

Hoang’s car was also located nearby, according to Amber Alert Network Brazos Valley.

His wallet was discovered unharmed inside the vehicle.

The Finding Tanner Hoang Facebook page gave official search updates on leads and information about Hoang’s whereabouts and potential destination.

As of Saturday afternoon, almost 13,300 people had joined the group.

Hoang was located dead near the Pennybacker Bridge on Loop 360 in Austin,

not far from where the automobile was discovered, according to the non-profit Amber Alert Network Brazos Valley (AANBV).

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Hoang, 22, went missing on December 16th.

Tanner Hoang
Tanner seen in cctv before disappearing source: Twitter

His family was on their way to College Station that weekend for his graduation, and they were supposed to meet Hoang for lunch that afternoon.

On the day of his disappearance, Hoang’s car was seen leaving a Shell gas station in Caldwell

at about 12:05 p.m., driving westbound on Texas 21 toward Old Dime Box, Bastrop, and Austin.

Later that day, more surveillance footage showed Hoang’s car driving to 1395 US Highway 290 west of Elgin.

The College Station Police Department did not disclose any other information on Hoang’s death.

Volunteers and search teams were asked to return home on Saturday, before social media reports revealed Hoang’s death.