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Search is on for missing hunter in central NY

November 24, 2011

From Online.WSJ.com

PARIS, N.Y. — Police and fire crews have resumed their search for a 64-year-old man who hasn't been seen since he went hunting near his central New York home.

Authorities say Richard Knight left his home in southern Oneida County around 6 a.m. Wednesday and didn't return. His wife alerted police when she returned home later that evening and he wasn't there. A search was started Wednesday night.

The search was halted early Wednesday morning. It resumed a few hours later.

Law enforcement officers and emergency personnel are searching an area near the couple's home just south of Utica.

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