New Hampshire police launched new particulars Wednesday in regards to the seek for a lacking Maine man who was final seen leaving a Portsmouth bar three weeks in the past.
Portsmouth Police Chief Robert Merner advised reporters at a press convention Wednesday that the investigation into the disappearance of Adam Camarato, 32, of Eliot, Maine, stays energetic and ongoing.
“Based on everything that we know right now, we have no reason to suspect foul play,” Merner mentioned.
Camarato was on the Clipper Tavern in Portsmouth till round closing time through the early hours of April 27.
Merner mentioned the 32-year-old was on the institution with a former co-worker, however that Camarato left the bar whereas his buddy was within the lavatory.
“He walked away alone,” Merner mentioned.
The final signal of Camarato that police have is the 32-year-old strolling towards the bridge to Maine round 1:17 a.m. In surveillance video, Camarato seemed to be “somewhat intoxicated,” the chief mentioned.
“We’re able to at least put him walking northbound on State Street in Portsmouth, heading towards Maine, about 10 to 15 minutes after he left the Clipper Tavern, and he is alone,” Merner mentioned. “So at this time we’ll continue with our investigation.”
Working with the Coast Guard and different businesses, police are sweeping the shorelines, waterways, and the native space, the chief mentioned.
Camarato’s cellphone is both shut off or out of battery, Merner mentioned, including that it’s not believed the 32-year-old father turned off his cellphone as a result of he didn’t wish to be discovered.
“We don’t consider him a victim at this time,” the chief mentioned.
Camarato’s household mentioned they knew one thing was flawed when he didn’t present as much as decide up his sons on April 27.
“He’s an amazing dad,” Jamie Fultz, Camarato’s sister, advised Boston.com on Tuesday. “He loves his boys. He’s so happy when he has them, always trying to do fun things with them.”
Fultz began a Facebook web page to unfold phrase of his disappearance.
“No matter what the situation is we want him to come home,” she mentioned. “We need to know that he’s out there and that he’s safe. And no matter what the situation is, we just want him back. No matter what it could be, we just want him back. We’re all here for him. We love him very much, we miss him. We are doing everything that we can to try to bring him home and anything that we can do we’re going to be there for him.”
During the press convention, police additionally addressed an allegation made by one other man on Facebook that he was slipped a “date rape drug” on the Clipper Tavern on May 12 and was approached by a person exterior the bar who supplied him a journey.
Merner mentioned police have interviewed the person who wrote the publish and that there’s “virtual certainty” that there isn’t any connection to Camarato’s disappearance.
“We are doing two completely separate investigations,” Merner mentioned. “There is no connection at this time with either of these cases.”
Police urged anybody who might have seen or spoken to Camarato on the Clipper Tavern on April 27, or any time thereafter, to contact the division at 603-436-2145.
“For someone to go missing like this, the report to come in, and for this to go on for this amount of time, it’s an anomaly,” Merner mentioned.
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