Volunteers search near NH speedway for missing man

October 3, 2010

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LOUDON, N.H.—More than 100 volunteers are continuing their search in New Hampshire for a 54-year-old Massachusetts man who went missing in June.

Volunteers on foot, horseback and all-terrain vehicles searched a wooded area Saturday around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. They didn't find anything but were planning to resume the search on Sunday.

According to the Concord Monitor, the search included a team of 10 dogs trained to find human remains.

Michael Brougham was last seen in his hometown of Belchertown, Mass., on June 25. His wallet was found two days later outside the speedway, but his motorcycle and truck were still at his house, where he lived alone.

The search is being organized by the Investigative Center for Missing Children and Cold Cases, a nonprofit based in New Hampshire.


Information from: Concord Monitor,

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