Minnesota man missing after attending music festival in Austin, Texas

The 25 year old was last seen early Saturday morning.
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Police in Texas have confirmed that they are actively searching for a Minnesota man who went missing over the weekend. 

According to his family, 25-year-old Christopher Jay White went missing around 5 a.m. on Saturday near the Colorado River, after attending the Austin City Limits music festival in Austin, Texas. 

A spokesperson from the Travis County Sheriff's Department in Austin confirmed to Bring Me The News "that our agency is working a missing person case involving Christopher White."

"We are actively investigating all leads. We’re also working with Texas Search and Rescue as well as the Austin Police Department, conducting grid searches of the area where he was last reportedly seen," the spokesperson said. 

According to Fox 7, White's friends say they returned to a home they rented for the weekend and went swimming in a pool early Saturday. They realized White was missing when they woke up around 9:30 a.m. 

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He's described as 6-foot-4 with curly brown hair and is likely wearing blue shorts. 

KVUE reports that friends of White believe he was intoxicated when he left the home, noting that he left his wallet and phone behind. 

Media reports have listed White as being from Minneapolis.

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