Missing persons case filed for LSU fraternity member
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BATON ROUGE- Police said a missing persons case is open for a member of an LSU fraternity who never returned home from a party the first week of school.
Chris Broussard was reported missing Tuesday. He never made it home Tuesday morning.
His boss said he also missed work, and his family is worried about him.
Broussard sent a message to his mother Tuesday around 1 a.m. That suggested he was leaving a party near LSU and was headed home to Ascension Parish. She said he never arrived.
Broussard is a senior at LSU. He 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 today starting at noon.
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