An Enfield, Connecticut man was found dead in a pond in Southwick, Massachusetts on Saturday morning, according to local authorities.
The body of Michael Chace, 33, was recovered from 30 feet of water in Middle Pond, part of Southwick's Congamond Lakes, around 10:30 a.m.
While the pond was closed to the public while the search for Chace was underway over Thursday and Friday, it was re-opened Saturday morning after the body was recovered.
According to Southwick Police Chief David Ricardi, the last time there was a drowning death at the Congamond Lakes was in September of 2011. There were three drownings that year, but none after until now.