Police looking for man who disappeared during camping trip

CAMBRIDGE, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire and Maine are searching for a 19-year-old man who disappeared during a camping trip.

New Hampshire State Police responded to a remote campsite on Lake Umbagog (Uhm-BAY’-gog) in Cambridge. Lane Lesko, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, was part of camping/canoeing trip organized by a group called Summit Achievement.

Officers said Sunday Lane was last seen over the weekend in Magalloway Plantation in Maine near the Rapid River. They said a missing green canoe was found overturned a short distance away.

Meanwhile, a person staying at Lake Umbagog State Park Campground reported his truck had been stolen, about 7 miles south of where the canoe was found. Police also found a pontoon boat near the state park campground that was stolen from a remote camp near the Rapid River.

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