November 18, 2017
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Wardens find missing Canadian man’s vehicle while searching for pair of hunters

By Jen Lynds, BDN Staff
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AUGUSTA, Maine — Officials with the Maine Warden Service announced Sunday that while searching for two hunters believed missing in the Chamberlain Lake or Clayton Lake areas since Friday evening, they found a vehicle that belongs to a missing Canadian man.

The discovery of the green 2002 Kia Sedona belonging to Renald Poulin, 67, of Quebec in the Chamberlain Lake region has led several Maine game wardens and K9 teams searching for Travis Hafford, 33, of East Millinocket and Ryan Stevens, 33, of Millinocket to search for Poulin as well, Cpl. John MacDonald of the warden service said in a written statement Sunday.

According to MacDonald, Poulin crossed into the U.S. on Tuesday and was to return on Wednesday.

Hafford and Stevens left between 6 and 7 a.m. Friday to go hunting and did not return that evening as planned. A daylong search Saturday turned up nothing and continues Sunday.


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