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Atchison Police assist in recovering vehicle from MO River

( Photo credit: Atchison Police Dept.)

(KAIR)-- Atchison Police Officers on Saturday joined forces with a nationally known scuba diving team to recover a vehicle the team discovered in the Missouri River at Atchison.

According to Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson, the team, known as “Adventures With Purpose”, is made up of a dive crew and a camera crew that travel around the country searching rivers and lakes for vehicles, including ones that may be associated with missing people.

The team was in the Kansas City area last week, searching the Missouri River, and then traveled to Atchison.

On Saturday morning, they utilized their imaging equipment to locate a vehicle in the river between the north and south boat docks along the Atchison Riverfront.

Partnering with local tow companies, they were able to remove the vehicle from the river.

Wilson says the vehicle is not known to be associated with any past investigation in the Atchison area.


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