Family and friends of missing college student Shane Montgomery took their search to Sunday's Eagles game as the investigation into his disappearance stretched into its 11th day.
The Montgomery family handed out fliers to Philadelphia Eagles fans outside Lincoln Financial Field Sunday, hoping someone had a clue as to where the 21-year-old West Chester University student may be.
"We are still looking for selfies, videos on Main Street with something in the background that might resemble Shane," Karen Montgomery, Shane's mother, told NBC10 on Saturday. She wore a green ribbon Saturday to honor her son. Searchers have been tieing green ribbons to poles around town to keep Shane's search top of mind.
Shane has not been seen since leaving Kildare's Irish Pub in Manayunk early Thanksgiving morning. The last signal from his cellphone was recorded along Main Street around 2:30 that morning. Police and the FBI are investigating the case, but so far have not uncovered many leads.
A $50,000 reward is being offered for anyone who can provide information that will lead the Roman Catholic High School alum's whereabouts.
Following the Eagles game canvassing, the searchers returned to Northwest Philadelphia where they took part in a 6 p.m. mass and rosary service at St. John the Baptist Church.
Shane, who weighs about 140 pounds and stands 5-foot-11-inches tall, was wearing a buttoned- down gray shirt, gray hoodie and jeans when he left the bar. He also has a unique Celtic cross tattoo on his shoulder.
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Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Philadelphia Police at 215.686.TIPS or the FBI at 215.418.4000.