December 1, 2013

Missing Maine hunters found alive; search for Canadian continues

Game wardens and dog teams are looking for Renald Poulin, 67, of Quebec.

The Associated Press

AUGUSTA — Maine game wardens have found two hunters who were reported missing in the Chamberlain Lake region, but the search for a Canadian man who was reported missing in the same area continues.

Hunters Travis Hafford and Ryan Stevens were located alive near Eagle Lake Township. The two 33-year-old men left Friday morning to go hunting and were reported missing early Saturday.

While searching for the hunters, wardens found a vehicle owned by 67-year-old Renald Poulin of Quebec. He had crossed into the U.S. on Thursday and was supposed to return on Friday. Several Maine game wardens and dog teams have been assigned to search for him. His car was found in the Chamberlain Lake region.

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