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SAN ANTONIO — A body was recovered early Tuesday in the search for twin brothers, who disappeared while swimming Sunday evening in the water near Pleasure Pier in Galveston, according to officials.
Read More: Body recovered in search for twin brothers missing in water near Pleasure Pier in Galveston
Police are still searching for a man who led them on a chase across two cities early Tuesday morning. New Braunfels Police (NBPD) initially tried to pull the suspect over on I-35 in around 1:30 a.m. for driving eratically. He failed to stop and that is when the chase began.
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