Marine Patrol and Local Fishermen Recover Body from Port Clyde Harbor

The Maine Marine Patrol and local fishermen recovered a body last night at approximately 9pm from Port Clyde Harbor. Marine Patrol received a report earlier in the evening that a local fisherman's skiff was found adrift in the harbor with no one aboard. Marine Patrol, along with members of the Knox County Sheriff's office, local fire and EMS services, US Coast Guard, and a large group of local fishermen and Good Samaritans began a search of the harbor and nearby shoreline. The body has been transported to the Medical Examiner's Office in Augusta for an autopsy. The identity will be released after notification of family. Marine Patrol will conduct an investigation into the incident.