ORRINGTON — Maine Marine Patrol Officers and Penobscot County Sheriff’s deputies recovered a body Sunday, May 29, at 12:50 p.m. from the Penobscot River in Orrington, tentatively identified by a recovered driver’s license as Levi Kelly, 28, of Bucksport.

Kelly’s body was spotted in the water near the Orrington public boat launch by a recreational boater who then reported it to authorities, according to a May 29 press release from Maine Marine Patrol.

Kelly had been missing since April 3, when the body of his wife, Loren Wadas-Kelly, 28, of Bucksport was found at low tide on the shore of the Penobscot River about a quarter-mile below the Orrington boat launch. Their canoe was found on shore in Bucksport the following day.

There was no sign of a life jacket use by either victim, the press release said.

The body was to be transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta for confirmation of identity, according to the press release.