Missing antler hunter in Pittsburg was found in Maine on Sunday
PITTSBURG — The search party for a missing Vermont man was suspended after he was found the next day in Maine.
Robert Tremblay, 63 of Swanton Vt. was reported missing around 7:30 p.m. according to Colebrook Police Department Dispatch.
Tremblay was out antler hunting with his son in Pittsburg when he wandered too far and couldn't find his way back to their meeting place, his son told New Hampshire Fish and Game officers.
According to reports, Travis Tremblay began searching the area and blowing a truck horn to try and direct his father to the set location.
With no luck, Travis started traveling out East Inlet Road where he came across another vehicle, police say.
The two say they went into town to report the incident to NH Fish and Game officers.
Maine Warden Game Service and Border Patrol Agents say they began an overnight search of Rump Mountain that was suspended around 1:00 a.m.
According to police a search party started back up around 5:00 a.m. on foot and with the use a of Border Patrol helicopter.
Reports show that Tremblay was located around 10:10 a.m on a woods road by Maine Game Wardens.
Tremblay needed no medical attention and was transported back to a New Hampshire State Police Trooper who said he returned the VT resident back to his family.