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Reports: Hikers in New Hampshire find body of Orient man

02/29/2016 9:49 PM |

Mount Adams New Hampshire

New Hampshire Fish and Game officers are investigating the death of an Orient man whose body was discovered there Sunday, according to the Associated Press. 

The frozen body of Timothy Hallock, 54, was discovered by a pair of hikers near a treeline between two mountains in Randolph, N.H., according to WMUR-TV in N.H.

Investigators did not immediately find anything to indicate the death was suspicious, though a cause of death has not yet been determined, the AP reported.

Mr. Hallock of Hallock’s Marine Services in Orient is an avid hiker, who has served on the board of the New York State Outdoor Guides Association, according to a previous Suffolk Times post. The founder of Northeast Mountain Guides, he has led groups in winter survival and other types of outdoor activities, we wrote.

Investigators in New Hampshire could not be reached for comment Monday evening and additional information was not immediately available.

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