NH F & G ASKS FOR HELP TO FIND MISSING MAN

by Christian Mower on July 26, 2012

NEW HAMPSHIRE FISH AND GAME OFFICERS ARE ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP IN FINDING A 72-YEAR-OLD MAN FROM NORTH CAROLINA WHO WAS LAST SEEN LEAVING FOR A WALK EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING IN RUMNEY, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NORTHWEST OF PLYMOUTH.

LT. TODD LANDRY SAYS HUGH ARMSTRONG OF CLAYTON WAS SUPPOSED TO RETURN TO HAWTHORNE VILLAGE BY 9 A.M. WEDNESDAY, BUT DIDN’T.

ARMSTRONG LEFT ABOUT 6:30 A.M. AND WAS REPORTEDLY PLANNING TO WALK AROUND STINSON LAKE BUT LANDRY SAYS IT’S NOT KNOWN IF HE’S FAMILIAR WITH THE AREA.

ARMSTRONG IS DESCRIBED AS BEING 5 FEET FOUR INCHES TALL, WEIGHING 175 POUNDS WITH BROWN GRAY HAIR, GRAY EYES AND HE WEARS GLASSES. IT’S BELIEVED HE WAS WEARING A WHITE RED SOX CAP, A RED OR BLUE T-SHIRT AND SHORTS.

FISH AND GAME OFFICERS ARE BEING HELPED ASSISTED IN THE SEARCH BY NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE POLICE, RUMNEY FIRE DEPT. AND OTHER SEARCH AND RESCUE GROUPS.

ANYONE WHO SEES ARMSTRONG IS ASKED TO CALL STATE POLICE AT (603) 846-3333.

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