Friday, July 14, 2006

Charles Beltz now missing 1 year, Spring Creek Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania

Charles Russell Beltz's disappearance, like many others, generated local headlines in the beginning, then lost attention when search efforts were fruitless. Well, Charles, or "Chuck" as he is sometimes called, has family and friends who haven't forgotten him. Won't you please see if he looks familiar?
Chuck's photo and information from the Charley Project:
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: June 7, 2005 from
Spring Creek Township, Pennsylvania
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date of Birth: August 29, 1948
Age: 56 years old
Height and Weight:
5'10, 220 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Gray hair, green eyes.
Beltz may wear a beard and moustache. He has an upper denture plate, a scar
around his right knee and scars on his back. The nails on each of his big toes
are missing. Beltz's nickname is Chuck.
Clothing Description: A camouflage
shirt, camouflage pants, brown boots, and a gold wedding band with a diamond on
his left ring finger.

Details of Disappearance
Beltz was last seen
in the Hallton area of Spring Creek Township, Pennsylvania on June 7, 2005. He
has never been heard from again. His white 1992 Plymouth Caravan was later
located at a campsite in Clear Creek State Park in Spring Creek Township. An
extensive search of the area turned up no sign of Beltz. Few details are
available in his case.

Investigating Agency
If you have any
information concerning this case, please contact:
Pennsylvania State Police
You can print a poster of Chuck at

Sadly, the National Center for Missing Adults, which provides posters and other assistance for the families of Chuck and missing adults like him, is being threatened by financial difficulties. To find out more about this problem and how you can help, please visit

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice colors. Keep up the good work. thnx!