His whereabouts apparently remain unknown and on Wednesday it was determined the burned body recently found in the Lake Castaic, Calif. area near where he went missing last month is not Bryce.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. Dep. Johnie Jones told the Chicago Tribune, “We’ve pretty much exhausted searching in that area… They’ve found basically nothing. So we're kind of at a standstill.”
Laspisa’s 2003 pickup truck was found on the side of Main Ramp Road on the morning of Aug. 30 with its rear window smashed.
The missing man’s cell phone and wallet were still inside.
Authorities say Laspisa called his parents from Buttonwillow in Kern County just hours before his vehicle’s accident.
He lives in Roseville and attends Sierra College near Sacramento, but was driving to Orange County to visit his parents.
Laspisa is described as white with red hair and blue eyes, is 5-feet-11 and weighs about 170 pounds. He also has a tattoo of a bull's head with a Roman numeral on his left shoulder, and was last seen wearing white cargo shorts, a blue-and-white checkered shirt and white-and-red Nike shoes.
Anyone with information about the Bryce Laspisa case is asked to call Det. Chris Carns at 323- 890-5500.
The burned body has been identified as Lamondre Miles, 35, and three people have been charged in connection with his murder, according to NBC.