MILFORD, Mass — The search for the missing 19-year-old from Hopkinton concluded Tuesday night after authorities found his body in a wooded area of Milford.
Daniel Cambourelis-Haskins was last reportedly seen pushing his bike with a flat tire Monday night on the Milford Bike Trail. He was reported missing by his mother on Monday, who last spoke with him just after 6 p.m. when he told her his phone was dying.
At the time, Cambourelis-Haskins’ cellphone pinged off a cell tower behind Garrets Convenience Store on Cedar Street in Milford.
Cambourelis-Haskins is described as 6′0 foot tall, with facial hair. He was last seen wearing a beige puffy coat, khaki pants, boots, and a green helmet.
A search had been going on for many hours with K9s, drones, and approximately 50 police officers combined from different units prior to the discovery of his body.
Police searched a large area near Louisa Lake, bike trails, and the Milford Quarry. Police also asked neighbors to check their doorbell cameras.
Anyone with information on Cambourelis-Haskins’ death is asked to call Milford police at 508-473-1113.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.
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