Bangor Daily News: The body of a man who is believed to have died sometime Thursday night, perhaps as a result of falling into the water while trying to climb aboard his sailboat moored in Stockton Harbor, was recovered by public safety officers early Friday.
The name of the victim, believed to be in his mid-60s, is not being released, pending notification of his family. The man is described as a summer resident of the town.
Sgt. Jay Carroll of the Maine Marine Patrol said Friday the man’s car was observed Thursday at about 6 p.m. parked at the Stockton Harbor boat launch and mooring area on the east side of the harbor. The area is known locally as Cape Docks, on the shore of Cape Jellison.
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