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Game wardens rescue missing man

May 09, 2019
Courtesy of: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Cpl. Dave Chabot and K-9 Ruby, Game Warden Dave Ross (back-to), Maine State Trooper Glenn Lang (on ATV) and Game Warden Chris Dyer (on ATV), from left, located and returned a missing Lincolnville man to his home May 9.

Lincolnville — Game Warden Cpl. Dave Chabot and his K-9 Ruby located a 57-year-old Lincolnville man at approximately 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon after the man became separated from his home caretaker during a walk in the woods near Route 52 in Lincolnville.

Maine game wardens, Warden Service K-9 units and a Maine Warden Service aircraft responded to the search area shortly after noon.

Shortly after 4 p.m., Chabot and his K-9 found the man about two miles into the woods near a power line. The man was dehydrated but otherwise in good health, according to a Warden Service news release.

A game warden and state trooper detective used ATVs to get to the scene and transport the man back to his residence.

 

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