PITTSBURG, N.H. — A 63-year-old Vermont man who got lost while hiking in the wilds of northern New Hampshire is safe after he was found on a road in Maine.

New Hampshire conservation officers report Robert Tremblay, of Swanton, Vermont, went into the woods in Pittsburg Saturday afternoon with his son to retrieve a game camera that had been left near Rump Mountain.

The two decided to separate so Tremblay could look for deer or moose antlers on the ground.

At about 7:30 p.m. Tremblay’s son Travis reported his father missing.

Conservation officers, Border Patrol agents and Maine game wardens searched the area until about 1 a.m. The search resumed on Sunday morning.

Robert Tremblay was found about 10 a.m. He was uninjured.

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