Hadley police looking for missing man; search along Connecticut River unsuccessful

Nathan Kermensky's car was found parked at Elwell State Park in Northampton

Nathan Kermensky. Image Courtesy: Hadley Police Department

HADLEY, Mass. (WWLP) – Hadley police and local fire departments searched along the Connecticut River for a 26 year-old man who was reported missing early Friday morning.

Hadley Police Sgt. Mitch Kuc told 22News that family members of 26 year-old Nathan Kermensky called the department at around 5:40 A.M. to report their son missing after he had not returned home, which was unlike him. Police received information about the car he had been driving, and discovered that state police ran the plate at about 1:00 A.M., after finding the vehicle parked at Elwell State Park in Northampton.

Police went to the park, where they discovered the car with the keys inside, but Kermensky was nowhere to be found. Kuc said police also tried to track his cell phone, and discovered that it had last been used Thursday in that same general area.

The Hadley Fire Department, South Hadley Fire Department, and Northampton Fire Department were called-in to help, and a boat was used to search both sides of the Connecticut River, but they were unsuccessful.

Kermensky is described as being about 5’9” tall with a medium build. He is almost completely bald, Kuc said. If you have any information on his whereabouts, you are asked to call Hadley Police at (413) 584-0883.

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