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Officials: Fisherman missing on Whitmore Lake

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GREEN OAK TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -

Officials say a fisherman is missing after possibly falling from a boat in a southeast Michigan lake.

Crews are expected back out on Whitmore Lake about 35 miles west of Detroit on Monday after a search Sunday for the 46-year-old man.

The boat was seen circling on the lake with no one aboard and a person was possibly seen in the water at the same time.

Authorities from Livingston County's Green Oak Township say a man went fishing and had been reported missing by family when he didn't return home.

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