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A 60-year-old man who had been hunting with his nephew has been found safe in Lyndeborough.

Nov 16, 2014 4:46 PM

Missing hunter found safe in Lyndeborough woods


LYNDEBOROUGH - A 60-year-old man who had been deer hunting with family members earlier today has been found after being reported missing earlier this afternoon.

Lt. David Walsh of the NH Fish and Game Dept. said the man had gone out to hunt with his nephew and the two had agreed to meet up around noon time for lunch. When he didn't show up, his family grew concerned and contacted authorities.

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept. responded to assist the Lyndeborough Police and Fire departments with the search.

"He had no cell phone with him," Walsh said.

The hunter was found near a swampy area between Cram Hill Rd. and Cemetery Rd., a wooded area commonly used for hunting.

The man, who Walsh confirmed was a diabetic, was uninjured.


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