A Bangor man who had been reported missing was found deceased at the bottom of a cliff.

Where Was This?

The Penobscot Regional Communications Center received information at approximately 12:30 Friday afternoon of a Bangor man who was missing. A family member had located the man's vehicle in the area of Eagle Bluff on Route 180 in Clifton.

What Do We Know About the Deceased?

Deputies responded to the scene, including a drone team. The drone pilot found what appeared to be a person at the bottom of the mountain cliff. Game Wardens made their way to the area identified by the drone pilot and located a man who was confirmed to be deceased. The man's name has not been released, pending notification of next of kin.

Members of Eddington Fire and Rescue hiked into the area and brought the man's body out to Route 180. Officials say the trails and rock cliffs were still snow and ice covered in most spots.

This incident remains under investigation.

Was This An Accident?

While the manner of this individual's death has yet to be determined, we wanted to remind anyone who's considering taking their own life that Maine has a simplified suicide help line. Counselors are standing by 24/7 and can be reached by simply calling 988. Those three numbers will connect you to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, which can also be reached at 1-800-273-8255.

We'll update this story as more details become available. 

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