copyright the Chronicle May 17, 2017
The body found Monday on a cliff at the south end of Lake Willoughby in Westmore may not be recovered until Thursday, State Police said.
Other agencies will have to help because of the extreme nature of the terrain and the equipment and expertise needed to access the area, a State Police press release says.
It says the body is about 300 feet down a precipice and 200 feet up from the bottom of the drop-off, resting on a rock shelf.
Police have asked officials with the Vermont National Guard, as well as other technical experts, for advice on the best way to recover the body.
“While positive ID has not yet occurred, the family of Tyler Robinson has been advised of the process underway to recover the individual,” the press release says.
Mr. Robinson, who is 23 years old and from Orleans, was last seen at his home on Water Street on Friday. Police and search and rescue teams had been scouring the county looking for him.
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