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Derry man found dead off recreational trail
The man has been identified as Sean Carrier of 16 Linlew Drive, Derry police Capt. Vern Thomas said in a news release.
Carrier was reported missing Sunday night by his girlfriend, who hadn’t heard from him in a few days.
On Monday, police found his van, which was parked and appeared to be abandoned at the lot on Rockingham Trail at the intersection with Island Pond Road, Thomas said.
Four Fish & Game officers and 10 Derry police officers searched for approximately three and half hours before locating the man’s body near a stream off the trail.
There was an indication that the man may have been using drugs prior to his death, Thomas said.
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