62 Year Old Thomas Baker of Hyde Park Missing Since 6/11/15 in Milton, MA (Update: Missing Man Found Dead)
62 year old Thomas Baker has been missing since Thursday, June 11, 2015 in Milton, Massachusetts. Baker of Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood was last seen Thursday near 1,200 Brush Hill Road. Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating the missing 62 year old man. To date, Boston Police, Milton Police, Massachusetts state police, Quincy Police, environmental police and other authorities have taken part in the search. According to reports, Thomas Baker was in the area of the Milton Health Care facility; however, other evidence indicated he walked into the Hemingway Estates off Brush Hill Road.
Thomas Baker of Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood was last seen Thursday near 1,200 Brush Hill Road.
Baker is 5’9 and 195 pounds. According to family, he was wearing a grey sweatshirt and khakis when he went missing.
Police searched for Baker Thursday and Friday. Police cite clues that he was near the Milton Health Care facility or had walked into Milton’s Hemingway Estates.
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Law enforcement officials believe 62-year-old Thomas Baker, a resident of the Readville section of Hyde Park, may have been in the area of Milton Health Care, 1200 Brush Hill Road.
The health facility is roughly located between the lower Neponset River Reservation and the sprawling Blue Hills Reservation, a series of hills and woodlands spanning 7,000 acres in several Boston-area communities.
Despite a “massive coordinated search” effort involving multiple law enforcement agencies, the search was called off before nightfall Friday, according to Milton police.
Anyone with information is asked to call Boston Police at (617) 343-5600 or Milton Police at (617) 698-3800.
UPDATE II: Missing Milton Man Found Deceased.
A Hyde Park man whose disappearance launched a massive manhunt along the Milton-Boston line has been found dead, our news partners at the Patriot Ledger reported.
Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a statement Tuesday that Thomas Baker, 62, had been found by a State Police trooper working with a search dog. He said Baker’s death remains under investigation but officials have no evidence of foul play.