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A police helicopter searches for Seth Kilburn over Lake Placid Wednesday. Photo: Richard Rosentreter, Courtesy Adirondack Daily Enterprise.
A police helicopter searches for Seth Kilburn over Lake Placid Wednesday. Photo: Richard Rosentreter, Courtesy Adirondack Daily Enterprise.

Police believe Lake Placid man's death accidental

The body of a Lake Placid man who had been missing since early last week has been found on a neighborhood pathway between the bar where he was last seen and his home.

Lake Placid police Chief Bill Moore says 34-year-old Seth A. Kilburn's body was located at about 10 a.m. Friday near a residence on McKinley Street.

An autopsy was scheduled to take place Friday in Saranac Lake. Police believe the death was accidental.  Go to full article
A police helicopter searches for Seth Kilburn over Lake Placid Wednesday. Photo: Richard Rosentreter via http://www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com/
A police helicopter searches for Seth Kilburn over Lake Placid Wednesday. Photo: Richard Rosentreter via http://www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com/

Seth Kilburn found dead, after search aided by outside agencies

The Adirondack Daily Enterprise reports that Seth A. Kilburn was found dead Friday morning. No additional information has yet been made available.

NCPR Report as of 8:15 am: Police in Lake Placid are getting more help from outside agencies as the search for Seth A. Kilburn continues.

Police Chief Bill Moore said eight crews of up to seven people were out searching for the 34-year-old Lake Placid man on Thursday. State police and the state Department of Environmental Conservation also provided additional manpower.

Chris Morris will have more on this story during the 8 O'clock Hour.  Go to full article

Search for Seth Kilburn continues

The search for 34-year-old Seth A. Kilburn picked up steam on Wednesday, with volunteers and law enforcement officials joining forces to check big swaths of land and water in and around Lake Placid.

Kilburn was last seen leaving Wiseguys bar in Lake Placid early Sunday morning. Village police have since received word that he was seen shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday on Sentinel Road near Lisa G's restaurant, walking in the direction of the Olympic Ski Jumping Complex.

Kilburn was reported missing by his parents early Monday morning.  Go to full article

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