State police nonetheless on the lookout for lacking man after three days of looking out
Members of the Massachusetts State Police couldn’t discover a man who went lacking three days in the past after combing the Sudbury Reservoir in Southborough on Sunday.
Sunday marked the third day that MSP and Marlborough Police looked for Jeffrey Allard, who went lacking from a Marlborough medical facility.
State Police divers and Marine Unit groups performed a water search Sunday with help from the Boston Hearth Division Dive Crew, Massachusetts Environmental Police, and the Marlborough Police and Hearth Departments. MSP says the water search won’t resume Monday except there may be new proof that warrants its renewal.
State Police Air Wing and K9 items assisted within the seek for the lacking Ware man earlier this week.
Allard is described as a white male, who’s 6 toes, 1 inches tall and about 130 kilos. He has quick brown curly hair, and brown eyes.
Allard was final seen on the morning of January 22, at Marlborough Hospital.
Anybody who could have seen Allard or has details about him ought to name 911 or Marlborough Police at (508) 485-1212.
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