Divers took to the Wabash searching for evidence

WTHI Photo, Tony Kassissieh
WTHI Photo, Tony Kassissieh

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Police continue to ask for the public’s help as they try to solve a homeless man’s death.

Divers from the Indiana Conservation Office took to the Wabash River on Wednesday looking for evidence.

This is part of the investigation into the death of Michael Pollack, who was found dead earlier this month.

Vigo County Chief Deputy Clark Cottom stated they’re searching an ‘area of interest’ but the search of the river has proved difficult.

“Visibility is next to zero,” explained Cottom. “It’s all a search by feel. They’re in about 10-feet of water.”

They are also still needing the public’s help. Anyone with information of the whereabouts and/or acquaintances of Pollack can contact the Sheriff’s Office at (812) 462-3226 or you can always make an anonymous tip to Crimestoppers at (812) 238-STOP.

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