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MOUNT DESERT ISLAND, Maine

Search resumes for missing Maine man

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Maine game wardens are continuing their search for a missing Seal Cove man after his Massachusetts companion’s body was recovered from Long Pond on Mount Desert Island. The search for Corey Farley, 38, resumed Friday. Wardens said his companion — Richard Weimer, 67, of Charlton, Mass. — was found dead in the water Thursday afternoon. The two men were fishing and were last seen on the pond Wednesday afternoon. Their small boat was found overturned Thursday afternoon. On Friday afternoon, wardens said they using sonar and boats to look for Farley, but said it was too cloudy to use aircraft.

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