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UPDATE: Body of missing man found in Kosciusko Co. lake

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Update from DNR (5/26/2013 12:30pm) -- Indiana Conservation Officers with help from Kosciusko County's Dive Team resumed search and recovery operations early Wednesday morning. Edward Hundley, 70, of Warsaw, was recovered from Little Chapman Lake late this morning.

Update from Indiana Conservation (5/25/2013 9:15 PM) -- Indiana Conservation Officer Jonathon Boyd tells us that the search for a man last seen in Little Chapman Lake has been suspended for the night due to weather. They are trying to get their divers out of the water. The search will resume tomorrow morning.

Update from DNR (5/25/2013 8:00 PM) -- Indiana Conservation Officers are searching Little Chapman Lake for an elderly male that went missing around 3:50pm today.  Witnesses stated that the subject was swimming from a pontoon boat when went underwater.

(Warsaw 5/25/2013) -- A search is underway for a man last seen in the waters of Little Chapman Lake near Warsaw.

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources tells FOX28 the man is in 70's.

Dive units are on the scene conducting search and rescue. The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department is assisting.

Stay with FOX28 News and FOX28.com for the latest on this story.

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