A 19-year-old Massachusetts man missing since Monday has been found dead, authorities said Tuesday evening.
Daniel Cambrourelis-Haskins of Hopkinton called his mother about 6:11 p.m. Monday and said that his phone was dying, Milford police said. They were told he was pushing his bike along the Upper Charles Trail after getting a flat tire.
Shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday, the Worcester County District Attorney's Office said Cambrourelis-Haskins' body had been found in a wooded area.
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About 50 police officers, a dozen police dogs and four drones were part of a search that began Monday night, authorities said.
"I was checking this morning, too, like right before we went on the trail," said Tanya Caisse of Milford.
Cambrourelis-Haskins had last been seen near Cedar Street in Milford, and his cellphone record verified that he was in the area of a cellphone tower at Garrett's Family Market when he called his mother Monday night.
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Due to the weather, family friend Amanda Losada was concerned about Cambrourelis-Haskins, an Eagle Scout with plenty of survival skills.
"I'm just worried," she said.