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Search to be conducted in decade-old missing person case

LATHAM - State Police and other members of law enforcement will conduct a canine search today in connection with the Craig Frear case. This June will mark 10 years since Frear was last seen in Scotia.
The search (weather permitting) will be conducted in the vicinity of Maple Avenue at Alplaus Avenue in the Town of Glenville.
Police are searching the area after receiving two leads following last spring’s search of the wooded area behind the Glenville Price Chopper.
A member of the State Police will be available for brief interview at 9:00 am in the area of 209 Alplaus Avenue.
Craig Frear was last seen during the afternoon of Sunday, June 27, 2004 walking along railroad tracks bordering Cambridge Manor Apartments in Scotia.   He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a short sleeve white t-shirt, and white Adidas sneakers with three black stripes.  He was also believed to be wearing a gold chain with a St. Christopher medal.  He is 5’11”, with red hair and brown eyes.