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September 20. 2011 11:45PM

Plymouth man missing in Rumney


PERKINS 


A NH State Police helicopter flies low over Rattlesnake Mountain in the search for Thomas Perkins, 25, of Plymouth. (Paula Tracy)

RUMNEY — Authorities are expected to resume a search today for a Plymouth man who was last seen around the Rumney Rocks Recreation Area.

Thomas Perkins, 25, was supposed to have been hiking and climbing trails along Buffalo Road on Monday. When he did not return home as planned, his family contacted authorities.

The New Hampshire Fish and Game was called at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday to assist in the search.

They were joined by Rumney police, New Hampshire State Police, state police dogs, New England K-9 Search and Rescue and Upper Valley Search and Rescue.

The search area is steep, heavily wooded and rocky. The search lasted Tuesday until after dark and should resume this morning.

Perkins is 5-feet, 8-inches tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has brown hair and eyes. He was believed to be wearing gray pants and a light brown hooded sweatshirt.


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