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Missing Vanderbilt teen found dead near Seguin after two months of investigation

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Missing Vanderbilt teen found dead near Seguin after two months of investigation

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Three suspects are in custody as part of the investigation.

JACKSON COUNTY, Texas – After a two-month investigation, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office with assistance from the Seguin Police Department and the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office discovered the body of Benjamin “Tank” Loera , a 16-year-old from Vanderbilt, off FM 1117 near the Guadalupe River on Monday, December 20, 2021.

Benjamin Loera was first reported missing on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.

The Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office positively identified the remains as Loera using dental records. Jackson County Sheriff Kelly Janica said the cause of death was still unknown at this time as the autopsy was not completed.

Three suspects are still in custody as part of the investigation.

Attached is the original Facebook post from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

Missing Vanderbilt teen found dead near Seguin after two months of investigation

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