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Thursday, June 8, 2017

ALERT: Missing Person: Chase Hove, 27, Bend PD Appeals for Public Help

Posted By on Thu, Jun 8, 2017 at 4:15 PM



UPDATE: Bend Police have said they found Hove's car in the southwest area of Bend, prompting officers and detectives to actively search that area for him. The vehicle is no longer of interest.

The Bend Police Department are appealing to the public for help in finding Chase Hove, 27, a Bend resident. Chase left his resident off NE Providence in his vehicle, a 2014 white Chevy Cruze and has not be heard from since Monday, June 5. His family and friends have concerns that Hove may be of danger to himself.

Bend PD say initial investigation points to Hove potentially traveling to the Cascade Lakes Highway. Officers, including the Sunriver Police Department and the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office spent several hours yesterday, June 7, searching for Hove and his vehicle.

Please keep a lookout for Hove and the vehicle, license play #121HED with a possible blue COCC sticker in the back window.

Contact the Bend Police Department Detectives at 541-693-6911 if you have any information regarding the case.





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