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Del. Police: Body Identified as Missing N.J. Fisherman

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MILTON, Del. (AP/WBOC)- Delaware State Police say a body found on a Sussex County beach has been identified as a missing New Jersey fisherman.

Police say the remains found last week on Fowler Beach near Milton belong to 23-year-old Joshua Catlett of Port Norris, N.J.

Catlett went missing April 4 after a 40-foot crabbing vessel capsized during dredging near Cape May in April. The medical examiner ruled his death accidental.

 

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