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State Police, FBI Still Searching Property in Georgetown, Mass.

Officials first started to search the area on Friday



    The FBI in addition to Massachusetts State Police are still searching the property of an 85 year old man from Georgetown, Massachusetts who died last month. (Published Monday, Dec. 12, 2016)

    Massachusetts State Police and the FBI are still searching the grounds of a property in Georgetown, Massachusetts.

    The property is located on Chestnut Street. The homeowner, Peter Haskell, died last month at the age of 85 and lived alone.

    After his death, local police put up "no trespassing" signs around his house. They were removed Friday when, according to neighbors, police arrived early in the morning with K-9 dogs to pick up scents in the backyard.

    Officials spent the majority of Friday searching the backyard outside. Monday the focus shifted inside the home.

    Police, FBI Conducting Property Search

    [NECN] Police, FBI Conducting Property Search in Georgetown, Mass.
    Authorities are searching the Georgetown, Massachusetts, property of an 85-year-old man who died last month.
    (Published Friday, Dec. 9, 2016)

    According to Haskell's obituary, he spent decades as a children's sports coach in Beverly.

    Authorities have not yet revealed specifics of what they are looking for, however they show no signs of stopping the search.

    Police say there is no danger to the public. No further details were immediately released.

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