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Family of missing Stamford man believes he is still alive

The family of a missing Stamford man believes their loved one is still alive even though authorities say he drowned.

News 12 Staff

Sep 22, 2019, 4:39 PM

Updated 1,758 days ago

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Family of missing Stamford man believes he is still alive
The family of a missing Stamford man believes their loved one is still alive even though authorities say he drowned.
Mike McClain, 29, went missing in April. He was last seen in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Relatives from the greater Bridgeport area say police have concluded that McClain drowned in the Merrimack River.
But McClain's family says that because his body was never recovered and he is a good swimmer. They have "no faith in the conclusions of the official investigation."
Thirty family members came together outside the Margaret E. Morton Government Center to hold a vigil and ask officials, or anybody who will listen, for help.
They say that McClain had been out with friends the night he went missing and was last seen on surveillance video early the next day.
"It's five months now and my baby's still out there," said Paula Judkins, McClain's mother. "And nobody's looking for him."


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