UPDATE: Missing Bryan man could be in Houston or Colorado

BRAZOS COUNTY, Tex. (KBTX)- DPS Troopers say a missing Bryan man could be in the Houston area, and is possibly in need of medical care. His mother tells KBTX he could also be headed to Colorado.

Randy Roblyer, 24, was last seen Sunday leaving his job at Shipley Do-Nuts in College Station. His pickup truck was found abandoned along William D. Fitch near Carters Creek on Wednesday in south College Station.

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The following message is from Kathy Roblyer, his mother:

UPDATE 1/11/2018 at 10:00 PM:

During the past 36 hours, agents from several law enforcement agencies in Bryan-College Station and other areas have assisted in the search effort. Randy’s car was found under an overpass on William D. Fitch Parkway in the sand beside a creek. Searches were conducted on foot and with drone, helicopter, and dog team.

Private property owners were generous in their permissions for law enforcement agents conducting the search. Friends and family members have been sifting through information and belongings for any clues to aid the investigative team. Members of the community have reported sightings which have been followed up by police.

However, Randy is still missing. This gives us hope that he may still be alive, even though he sounded ill and disoriented on the phone Sunday afternoon, right before he disappeared. Family and friends have reason to believe that if he is well enough to travel, Randy may be trying to get to Colorado. We continue to wait, pray, and trust the experts who are working on the case.

We have reason to believe that if Randy is well enough to travel, he may be trying to go to Colorado, though some have suggested he might be going to Houston.