Authorities have recovered the body of a man who went underwater and never resurfaced while he was fishing with friends in early April in Monroe, New Hampshire, state police announced.
New Hampshire Fish and Game officers found a deceased man along the shores of the Connecticut River in Monroe around 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, state police said.
Fish and game officers, as well as state police, then recovered the man's body and he was identified as Jonathan Zukowski. The 31-year-old fisherman from Woodstock, New Hampshire, had been missing for nearly a month.
Zukowski had gone fishing with two friends near Nine Island on April 6. A preliminary investigation had revealed the three men were fishing when Zukowski noticed their boat was drifting away and attempted to retrieve it. Despite attempts to throw him a life jacket, Zukowski went underwater and did not resurface at the junction of the Passumpsic and Connecticut Rivers near the Vermont border.
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Multiple agencies searched for Zukowski and his disappearance was being investigated as a probable drowning.
No other information was released Tuesday.