May 8, 2015 10:10 AM

Search continues along Connecticut River 1 month after domestic abuse suspect goes missing

The Associated Press

CLAREMONT (AP) - New Hampshire authorities are still searching on land and in the Connecticut River for a man who's been missing for a month.

Claremont police said they responded to a domestic violence incident the night of April 10. They said 26-year-old Nick Washburn was a suspect, but he left before they arrived.

A short time later, there was an accident on the Main Street Bridge. The vehicle was identified as Washburn's, but he wasn't there.

The Eagle Times reports divers from the N.H. Fish and Game Department went into the river this week and didn't find anything related to the case.

Capt. Mark Chase of the Claremont Police Department asks if anyone has information on the case, to please call.


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