VINALHAVEN — Maine Game Warden divers recovered Tuesday the body of a missing 31-year-old Vinalhaven man.

Owen Adair was last seen by his family on Thursday, Oct. 13. His family reported him missing Monday, Oct.17 after finding his all-terrain vehicle near Folly Pond in Vinalhaven, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife stated in a news release issued Tuesday, Oct. 18. They then found his boots and an aluminum canoe with some of his personal items in it along the pond shoreline.

The Maine Warden Service dive team began searching Folly Pond early Tuesday morning with a camera-equipped submersible remotely operated vehicle, and located a body with the ROV late Tuesday morning. Warden Service divers then recovered Adair in about 10 feet of water at approximately 12:15 this afternoon.

Adair was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta, where he will be examined by the Medical Examiner. The Maine Warden Service was assisted by Knox County Sheriff’s Office, Vinalhaven Fire and Rescue, and the Vinalhaven Water District in the search and recovery.