Hundreds of family members and friends are desperately praying for the safe return of missing college student Shane Montgomery.

The 21-year-old West Chester University student was reportedly asked to leave a bar the night before Thanksgiving and never made it home.


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Montgomery's uncle, Kevin Verbrugghe, said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that everyone is doing their best to get through a challenging situation.

Verbrugghe explained that they are working with the Philadelphia Police Department, but there are not any new leads to report.

"Someone had to see Shane. We need someone to come forward and let us know what's going on," he said.

Verbrugghe confirmed that the last reported sighting of Shane was at 1:45 a.m. Thanksgiving morning. Other than that, it's pure speculation, he said.

He added that he's overwhelmed by the support from the community and Philadelphia Police Department.

"It has been just an incredible show of support. I can't even say thank you to enough people, because I would be afraid that I would miss somebody," Verbrugghe said. "It's family, it's friends, it's the whole community. The outpouring is incredible. I never could expect anything like that."

Shane Montgomery, who is from Roxbourough, is 5 feet, 11 inches tall, 145 pounds, with light brown hair and has a Celtic cross tattoo on his shoulder. Anyone with information should call Philadelphia Police Northwest Detectives at 215-686-3353.

Watch the interview above and read more on FoxNews.com.


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