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Colchester hunter's death was accidental

December 22, 2011

By Ryan Blessing, NorwichBulletin.com

The State Medical Examiner’s Office on Thursday ruled the death of a Colchester hunter accidental.

Police found the body of Teejay Wisiewski, 46, Wednesday morning in a wooded area in Colchester, near the base of a tree that holds a stand often used by hunters. His rifle was slung over his shoulder.

Wisiewski died from multiple blunt traumatic injuries, according to the medical examiner.

Friends reported him missing Tuesday when he did not return home from a hunting trip. Police launched an extensive search using a dog and helicopter to find him.

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