Friday, August 4, 2006

Charles Beltz: Recent article

Even though the article below (from says that there aren't any new developments in Chuck Beltz's case, it still puts him back in the spotlight and gives him some exposure. If only they had included a picture. (The one with this post is from his NCMA poster.)
No new updates on man who went missing in Elk County
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 1:20 PM EDT
The investigation continues in the case of Charles Beltz, a man who went missing in Elk County in June, 2005.
Beltz is a Pitcairn resident who has been missing since June 7, 2005 and was last seen in the Hallton area of Spring Creek Township. Pitcairn Police said they have not heard any new details from the case either from authorities or from Beltz's family. Ridgway-based State Police also said they have not heard of any new details but added the case is still actively under investigation.
Beltz is currently still listed on the National Center for Missing Adults Web site.
An extensive search went on for approximately two weeks last June in a 200-mile radius of the campsite where he was, at the time, belived to have been, but the search was called off as it was believed Beltz was no longer in the area.
Beltz has not been heard from again since he went missing. His white 1992 Plymouth Caravan was located at a campsite in Clear Creek State Park in Spring Creek township.
Beltz is classified as an endangered missing adult. According to the National Center for Missing Adults, he is listed as 5-foot, 10-inches tall and weighing 220 pounds. He is described with gray hair and green eyes, with perhaps a beard and mustache. He has an upper denture plate and scars around his right knee and back.
When last seen, he was wearing a camouflage shirt, camouflage pants, brown boots and a gold wedding band with a diamond on his left ring finger.
Anyone with any information about this case is asked to contact Ridgway-based State Police.

You can print a poster of Chuck at

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