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ME: Missing hunter found dead in northern Maine

December 11, 2012

From NECN.com

TOWNSHIP 11, RANGE 11, Maine (AP) — Maine State Police says a hunter who was reported missing Sunday night has died.
 
Officials say 27-year-old Mark Brazier of Mapleton was reported missing after he didn't return home from a bird hunting trip on Sunday. Brazier was found by a friend at the Second Musquacook Lake in a remote area north of Baxter State Park.

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