Maine Marine Patrol Temporarily Suspends Search for Bremen Man

Bristol - The Maine Marine Patrol has temporarily suspended the search of Round Pond Harbor for 63 year old Glenn Murdoch of Bremen. The search will resume tomorrow and continue through the weekend with targeted patrols by boat and plane.

Mr. Murdoch was reported missing Monday night at approximately 9:30 pm after his skiff was found adrift in the harbor where his boat, an 18 foot aluminum Starcraft is moored. The skiff was returned to shore by a good Samaritan. Members of Marine Patrol along the US Coast Guard and the Bristol Fire Department conducted a search of Round Pond Harbor and the nearby shoreline until suspending the search at approximately 1:00 am Tuesday morning. The search continued Tuesday with members of the Maine Marine Patrol/State Police Dive Team focusing its search near Mr. Murdoch's mooring, located near the town dock in Bristol. Yesterday's search was suspended at 6:00 pm and resumed this morning at 8:00 am with the dive team, Marine Patrol's airplane and Marine Patrol vessels participating in the search.