GRISWOLD, Conn. (AP) — Authorities have again suspended their search for the body of a snowmobiler who fell through the ice of a Connecticut pond last month.
A spokesman for the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says poor visibility hampered the search at Pachaug Pond in Griswold on Tuesday.
Authorities have previously said 56-year-old John Dubois, of Griswold, went missing on Dec. 16 while snowmobiling on the 840-acre (340-hectare) pond, which was covered with ice.
The snowmobile was found but not the rider.
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Snow and cold weather have made recovery efforts difficult. Officials say it’s unclear when the search will begin again.