Police search Connecticut home of woman lost at sea
MIDDLETOWN - Police have executed a search warrant at the home of a Connecticut woman who went missing at sea while on a fishing trip with her son.
Officers from South Kingstown, Rhode Island, accompanied by local police were seen Thursday night removing bags, envelopes and boxes from 54-year-old Linda Carman's Middletown home.
South Kingstown police have previously said they are investigating "the facts and circumstances" surrounding Carman's disappearance.
Carman and her 22-year-old son, Nathan, left a South Kingstown marina on Sept. 17. Nathan Carman was found alone in a life raft on Sunday about 100 miles from the coast.
He told the Coast Guard their 31-foot boat sank and he doesn't know what happened to his mother. She is presumed dead. Police also have searched Nathan Carman's Vernon, Vermont, home.
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