Body identified as missing Greenbush man

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GREENBUSH — The body found in the Penobscot River on May 5 has been identified as Jeremy Hill, a Greenbush man who had been missing since April 18.

The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Maine Warden Service, Maine State Police, and Greenbush Fire Department, responded to the scene after receiving the report of the deceased individual.

The Maine Warden Service recovered the body from the river.

Following recovery, the body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Augusta for identification and determination of the cause of death.

On May 8, the medical examiner positively identified the deceased as 47-year-old Jeremy Hill of 1804 Main Road, Greenbush.

Sheriff Troy Morton stated that Hill’s disappearance had been under active investigation since he was reported missing.

As of now, the medical examiner has not released the cause of death, and the investigation into Hill’s death continues.

No further details are available at this time.

The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office has declared the case an active investigation and will release more information when it becomes available.

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