INDIANAPOLIS — The search resumed Monday for an Indianapolis man last seen Saturday in the White River.
Indiana Conservation Officers will use sonar and other resources in their attempt to locate 52-year-old Terrance Williams.
Williams was last seen Saturday at around 5:45 p.m. Two people called 911 to report a man floating in the river north of the 16th Street dam in Indianapolis. They eventually lost sight of Williams, who they said was floating in the river with his canoe.
The canoe and lifejackets were found just south of the dam.
DNR says officers will concentrate their search on the area between the 16th street dam and the Lake Indy boat ramp.
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