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Missouri Boater Still Missing at Grand Lake; Authorities Remain on Patrol

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Authorities are continuing their search Friday for a missing Missouri boater reported missing at Grand Lake last weekend.

Officials with the Grand River Dam Authority reported that Michael Shane Chapman has been missing since Jan. 27. On Monday authorities recovered Chapman's boat from the Sailboat Bridge area of Grand Lake.

GRDA's Justin Alberty told KTUL.com that two officers remain at the lake patrolling a wide area in order to find Chapman. He said the officers are stationed in the area from dawn until dusk.

Alberty also said the rainstorms and inclement weather have caused some delays during their search, but GRDA officers continue their search all the way to the East Bay area.

Officers are using boats, as well as GRDA helicopters to conduct the search.

No other details are available at this time.

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