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270 people help search for missing northeast Oklahoma resident Trey Glass

Approximately 270 people helped search for missing northeast Oklahoma resident Trey Glass on Saturday.

Although a tremendous amount of area was searched, Delaware County Sheriff James Beck says Glass was not found and is still missing.

Many people brought their own ATVs, side by sides and horses to assist during what a family spokesperson, Emma Glass, called “Trey Day.”

The 19-year old, also known as Treymar or Trey E-Y, was last seen on December 17th in Kansas, Oklahoma.

He is 5’7″ tall, 130 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes. He is a member of the United Keetoowah Band Tribe.

Sheriff Beck says in addition to many private citizens, the following agencies assisted: Delaware County Sheriff’s Office and its Mounted Patrol; Kansas Police Department; Bernice Police Department; Colcord Police Department; Oklahoma Fish and Wildlife; Oklahoma Highway Patrol; Cherokee Nation Marshal Service; Keetoowah Tribal Police; Delaware County Emergency Management; Eucha Fire Department; Kansas Fire Department; West Siloam Springs Fire Department; Grove Fire Department; Oaks Fire Department; Flint Ridge Fire Department; and Leach Fire Department.

If you have any information involving Glass’s disappearance or whereabouts, contact the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service at (918) 207-3800 or the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office at (918) 253-4531.

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