Vermont police found a lifeless man with his mask on Saturday afternoon at Lake Champlain near Venice-en-Quebec in the Monterogy area.
“Everything refers to Mr. Dunnigan,” said Cటేrte du Quebec (SQ) spokeswoman Beatrice Dorsenville, in the evening.
An autopsy will be conducted earlier this week, she said.
The search continued Saturday morning to find 62-year-old Bromontois Pierre Dunningen, who was last seen Wednesday on the ice of Champlain Lake, in Venice Bay, near the Venice Municipal Quay. Quebec. Sixty-year-old kite went there to go on a ski trip (air traction or kite surfing).
His vehicle was parked at Municipal Wharf and footage from a surveillance camera captured a 60-year-old man preparing his equipment around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
SQ assembled a helicopter, but a team of divers and walkers searched the area Saturday morning.
“We have checkposts at three strategic locations, on Route 227 in St-Georges-de-Clarenceville and on Route 202 to the Pike River boundary,” SQ spokeswoman Audrey-Anne Bilodo said Saturday morning.
At the time of his disappearance, Mr. Dunnigan was wearing a loose yellow coat, pants and a black helmet with ski goggles. The sail he uses is orange.