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Posted: Friday, July 5, 2013 7:22 pm

Franklin County Sheriff's Office and St. Clair Fire Protection District personnel on Friday night were assisting St. Louis County authorities check out information that may be connected to the father-son duo who disappeared on Tuesday at the Meramec River access at Pacific Palisades.

Franklin County Sheriff's Major Mike Copeland told The Missourian at the Chouteau Claim access in the Moselle area on Friday evening that a boater allegedly found some personal effects from either 36-year-old Michael Hill or his 16-year-old son, David Hill, on the bank of the Meramec River near the old railroad trestle that runs parallel to the road that leads to the river access near Highway AH and Old Cove Road.

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