Murder Investigation Goes to the Wabash

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 Officers took to the Wabash River.

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 says they’re searching an “area of interest.”

The search of the river proved difficult.

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

If you know anything about Pollack, or anyone he might have been associated with, please call “Crime Stoppers” at 812-238-STOP.

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