Police: Investigation into disappearance of Eagan man still ongoing

The search for an Eagan man who went missing near the end of October continues.

Thursday, Eagan police provided an update on the investigation into Bryce Borca’s disappearance, noting he still hasn’t been found and the case is still active.

Police say they’ve worked with state and federal officials to search more than 1,000 acres and utilized specialized support from private entities. However, Borca is still missing.

The department asked for continued support and any information that could help find him, and thanked those who’ve already helped.

Additionally, Borca’s family released a new statement Thursday, saying:

“Our family wants to express immense gratitude for the continued community support for Bryce and our entire family, including the Eagan Police Department, county special operations, friends, and countless volunteers.

“We miss Bryce every minute of every day. He is an incredibly kind and thoughtful young man who has touched so many with his selflessness and loyalty. This has been extraordinarily challenging for our family, and we appreciate the love and prayers so many have provided us through these unspeakable times.

“We continue to ask for your support in our continued effort to locate Bryce. Thank you.”

Family of Bryce Borca

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Court documents state that Borca, 23, was last seen at around 2 a.m. on Oct. 30 after he was dropped off near Coachman Road and Yankee Doodle Road, around two miles from his apartment. He later shared his location with his friends, showing he’d accidentally gone the wrong way but his phone then died.