Reward increased to $50,000 for information on missing Texas student Caleb Harris

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The parents of Caleb Harris, 21, who was last seen March 4 have now offered an increased reward for any information that leads to his safe return.

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Caleb’s family is now offering a $50,000 reward to anyone with information leading to finding Caleb.

Caleb is a white male, about 5 foot and 11 inches tall, and weighs around 180 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

To be eligible for the reward, please provide any leads to 361-826-2950.

RELATED: Relentless pursuit for missing Texas A&M student Caleb Harris continues

Corpus Christi police gave an update on missing New Braunfels native Caleb Harris on Monday, March 25, saying the department continues exhaustively investigating his disappearance.

Senior Office Jennifer Collier with CCPD Public Information Office said there’s a lot of information that cannot be publicly released, which is typical during active missing person investigations.

While the public isn’t seeing evidence of foot searches, Collier says that there is a team of detectives working on the Harris case all day, every day. The team meets each day and organizes when credible tips are called in. The department’s drone team is called in to help with those searches.