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Coast Guard looks for missing fishing boat with 2 aboard

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The Coast Guard was searching Monday night for a 45-foot fishing boat with two men aboard that was reported missing Monday morning. The Gloucester-based Foxy Lady II was last reported 15 miles north off Provincetown, Coast Guard spokesman Adam Stanton said. The missing vessel was reported overdue at 8 a.m. by the girlfriend of the ship’s 50-year-old captain, who said the captain was on the boat, along with a 25-year-old crew member. Stanton said searchers from several Coast Guard stations were looking for the vessel.

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