A reward of $25,000 is offered for information on the disappearance of a Hunt County man one year later.
On March 10, 2017, Michael Glenn Chambers was reported missing to the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office and has not been seen or heard from since that day.
In the past year, investigators with the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office have conducted numerous interviews with family and friends in an attempt to locate any possible lead to the whereabouts of Chambers and where each person was on that date.
Investigators have verified that the statements provided accounts for each person that would have had direct contact with Chambers. The Sheriff’s Office has conducted three different searches on and around his property in the 7000 block of FM 2101 using K-9 teams trained in scent and cadaver searches, foot patrol, and aerial drones with no success.
There have been searches in other areas of Hunt and Rains counties utilizing the Hunt County Sheriff’s Posse as well as highly trained search and rescue teams and all of this combined with a reward of $25,000 has not resulted in any information of value.
In February of 2018, the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office cooperated in the production for the television show “Disappeared,” which will air on Investigation Discovery later this year outlining circumstances surrounding this investigation.
“I have regular briefings with Lt. Roger Seals, Sgt. Ren Saxton, and Investigator Kelly Phillips on this case and I know that they have followed up on every single lead that has come into the Sheriff’s Office,” said Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks. “Sadly, none of them have panned out. I’m grateful for their diligence on this case, but what is needed at this time is for anyone that might know something to call the sheriff’s office. We owe it to Mr. Chambers and his family to continue this investigation and I pray that we can locate Mr. Chambers and find answers for his family.”