UPDATE: Missing Augusta Man Died From Suicide
On March 3rd, the body of missing Augusta man, Pierre Boluc, was found in Augusta. At the time, authorities didn't provide too many details regarding the circumstances or location, just that it was not considered suspicious.
An update from the Chief Medical Examiner indicates that Bolduc died from an apparent suicide. According to the Kennebec Journal, Augusta Police now say that his body was found near Bond Brook off of Mount Vernon Avenue near the Central Maine Power sub station.
**Our two previous stories follow**
An Augusta man first reported missing on the 26th of January has been found deceased.
According to reports from the Augusta Police Department, Pierre 'Pete' Bolduc's body was located today in Augusta, Maine. The APD worked with a K9 unit from the Maine State Police, Augusta Fire & Rescue and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office to locate Mr. Bolduc. An investigation into the cause of death is underway.
According to a press release from the Augusta Police Department;
On today’s date, March 3rd, 2021 Pierre R. Bolduc was found deceased in Augusta Maine. The Augusta Police in conjunction with the Maine State Police K-9 team, Augusta Fire & Rescue and information from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, located Mr. Bolduc and an investigation into the cause of his death is underway.
*Our original story follows*
Peter (a/k/a Pete) Bolduc was last heard from on Monday (January 25th) afternoon at 3 PM. The last time anyone heard from him was when he left a Voicemail for one of his many customers. He is a local contractor that typically works locally.
He never returned home on Monday evening. Not completely surprising if Peter had been working on a project. However, when Barbara Nicknair tried to contact him by cell phone, he did not answer nor return her phone calls.
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