December 13, 2013

Maine wardens suspend search for missing Quebec man

The search will be suspended until temperatures rise and the snow has melted.

The Associated Press

PORTLAND — Game wardens are suspending their search for a 67-year-old Quebec man missing for more than two weeks in a remote area of northern Maine’s Piscataquis County.

The warden service says searchers found no trace Friday of Renald Poulin, who entered the United States from Quebec on Nov. 26. He was due to return home the next day.

The search began Nov. 30.

The search will be suspended until temperatures rise and the snow has melted.

Searchers have been looking in the area of Umbazooksus Lake and nearby small bogs and wet areas, but the search was hampered by the cold and snow.

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