Fraternity releases statement about missing student
BATON ROUGE - The national Theta Chi fraternity released a statement today about a missing member from LSU, Christopher Broussard.
Family members reported Broussard missing Tuesday after he did not return from a party near LSU late Monday night. They last heard from him around 1 a.m. Tuesday, when he sent a text message to his mother in Ascension Parish.
The full statement is below:
"Theta Chi Fraternity has learned of the missing person report filed for Christopher Broussard, a member of Theta Chi's Chapter at Louisiana State University. The LSU Chapter leadership has been in contact with the fraternity's International Headquarters Staff and LSU administrators. The Fraternity urges anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Christopher to immediately contact the appropriate authorities.
"Theta Chi offers its full support of the efforts of investigators and prays for Christopher's safe and immediately return."
Broussard was last seen driving a gray Nissan pickup with a New Orleans Saints vanity license plate numbered 9893.
News 2 will have more on the search for Broussard tonight starting at 4 p.m.
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