‘Let’s Start With Chance’ group searching for missing man

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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Friends and strangers are coming together to find missing man, Chance Englebert.

This group is using drones and boats down river to search. The red circles indicates locations based on the same color as his clothes. (Brian Sherrod, KNEP)

The group is called, ‘Let’s Start With Chance’ and it’s focused on finding Englebert.

“I just felt that I needed to get up here and start looking for him,” said Matt Miller, Creator, Founder and Organizer. “I got time off now so I was able to do it.”

This group is using drones and boats down river to search.

This group says they need permission from landowners to search along the river and any land.

They are looking to search all the way up to Torrington.

They are also asking permission from any trail cameras to look through and see if they can locate any leads.

The red circles indicates locations based on the same color as his clothes.

Chance was last seen wearing a short sleeve button up Wrangler shirt, dark blue Wrangler jeans, roper style boots and a black and white trucker hat.

Chance is 5’9, is medium build and has sun-lightened brown hair.

Englebert has been missing since July 6th.

“We are not going to stop,” said Miller. “We are going to keep going. I got a seven off every month so we will be here every month until he’s found.”

The Wings of Mercy, based out of Canada, donated time for searches with drones.

This group is meeting today through Wednesday starting at 9:00am at the Saddle Historic Club.

You can also join the group on Facebook by searching ‘Let’s Start With Chance.’