UPDATE: Surveillance video shows RIT student at gas station night he went missing

UPDATE: – The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said surveillance video shows missing RIT student, Matthew Grant, at a gas station off the Thruway, between exits 39-41, just before midnight on the night he left home at 10 p.m. on Nov. 20. He appeared to be alone, not in duress or danger. He walked around the gas station store and left.

His E-Z Pass shows him getting off within an hour at I-81. Police don’t know where he went after that. There are no hits on license plate readers.

Matthew, who lives in Henrietta, was last seen wearing a green jacket and blue jeans and driving a 2014 dark gray Jeep Cherokee with the Michigan license plate ESR8141. The Sheriff’s Office has provided a photo of the vehicle.

Anyone with information about Matthew Grant’s location is asked to call 911.

Matthew’s parents have searched in the Lake Placid area, and the New York State Police and Department of Environmental Conservation have expanded their search in the Adirondacks.

Matthew Grant. (Photo provided by MCSO)