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Hunter missing in Upper Peninsula for nearly three weeks

Photo courtesy: Michigan DNR; White-tailed deer are the subject of a new multi-year study by...
Photo courtesy: Michigan DNR; White-tailed deer are the subject of a new multi-year study by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to determine seasonal migration and abundance in the Upper Peninsula. (WLUC)
Published: Dec. 3, 2020 at 1:31 PM EST
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CEDAR RIVER, Mich. (AP) - A Chicago hunter who disappeared from a Michigan campsite nearly three weeks ago remains missing in the Upper Peninsula.

Vladimir Ivanovic was last seen leaving a tent in Menominee County on Nov. 13, two days before the opening of the deer season. Two people with him figured the 58-year-old was going to his truck or a cooler at Cedar River North campground.

The sheriff’s office has advised people to watch for clothing or a body in the Big Cedar River, which flows to Green Bay.

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