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Divers search water for Fox Lake man missing since early May

Fire department crews search the Dunns Lake inlet for a missing Fox Lake man Tuesday | Photo by Joe Shuman of J. Shuman Photography.

Fire department divers and boats searched Dunns Lake Tuesday for a Fox Lake man who has been missing since early May, police said.

David M. Gilenna, 57, of the 0-100 block of Jamaica Colony Street in Fox Lake, was reported missing to the Fox Lake Police Department by family members on May 8.

Family members told police that they had not been able to contact Gilenna for over a week. Since May 8, Fox Lake police detectives have been attempting to locate the man without success.

On Tuesday, detectives requested fire department personnel to utilize sonar equipment to check the Dunns Lake inlet in case Gilenna fell into the water, the Fox Lake Police Department said.

The Dunns Lake inlet is near Gilenna’s residence which is east of State Park Road south of Grass Lake Road.

Gilenna is described as a male white, 5-foot-6, 125 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Police are asking the public to call 911 if they see Gienna or know his whereabouts.

The Fox Lake Police Department has not yet released a photo of Gilenna.


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