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Liquor board looking into Cadillac Ranch after student's disappearance

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TEMPE, Ariz. -

We have a follow up to the search for a missing ASU student Jack Culolias.

Tempe police wrapped up their search at Tempe Town Lake over the weekend -- but they say they'll be focusing their search elsewhere. Meanwhile, his family plans to hire a private investigator to help.

Tuesday, volunteers organized their own search at the banks of Tempe Town Lake, in the same area Jack's shoe was found. DNA tests out last Friday confirmed it belonged to him.

Two cadaver dogs are being used in the search, and have had some hits, but nothing concrete. Jack's grandparents are also in town to help.

Meanwhile, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licensing and Control is looking into Cadillac Ranch at Tempe Marketplace.

That was the last place Culolias was seen alive -- when bouncers at the club escorted him out of the bar.

Police say the 19-year-old used a fake ID to get into Cadillac Ranch, and he was reportedly intoxicated.

"We want to do is look narrow and deep into what occurred at Cadillac Ranch that evening," said Lee Hill, Director of Arizona Department of Liquor.

"Cadillac Ranch has been proactive, they actually arranged a false ID class for that Tempe Marketplace area."

Anyone with information about Culolias' whereabouts is being urged to call Tempe Police at (480) 966-6211.

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