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Body of missing hunter found

Sunday, Oct 30, 2005

NORWAY, NY — The body of a hunter missing for nearly a week was found Saturday, Herkimer County officials said.

The hunter, Lawrence Brown, 68, of Niskayuna, was reported missing by family members Sunday.

Brown, who owned a hunting camp in the town of Norway, had been on the hunting trip by himself last weekend. Friends said Brown had gone onto the wooded land Sunday, but never arrived at a designated rendezvous point.

State police, teams from the New York State Forest Rangers, New York Department of Conservation, Herkimer County Emergency Services, the town of Norway and dozens of volunteer search and rescue personnel assisted in the search for Brown.

Further details were not available Saturday night, officials said.

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