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Search continues for missing boater in Georgetown

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45-year-old Keith Sullivan of Emerald Isle, North Carolina, was last seen around midnight on Sunday, January 12. 45-year-old Keith Sullivan of Emerald Isle, North Carolina, was last seen around midnight on Sunday, January 12.
GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC -

The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office continues to actively search Winyah Bay and the surrounding areas for the missing boater, Keith Sullivan, who was reported missing on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office has utilized marine patrol units and vessels, side scan sonar, and personnel in the search for Mr. Sullivan.

On January 17, 2014 articles of clothing, similar to those described as being worn by Keith Sullivan, were found on Goat Island at the mouth of the Sampit River.

On Friday, January 17, 2014, the Department of Natural Resources joined the search in an attempt to locate Mr. Sullivan.

Goat Island is being searched by boat and aircraft with the intentions of locating Mr. Sullivan.

Anyone who has any information regarding Mr. Sullivan is urged to call the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office at (843) 546-5101.

Anonymous tips can also be sent by using Text-A-Tip. Just dial 274637 from any text enabled cell phone, and text the word "GCSOTIP" followed by your message. This service is for crime tips ONLY, not for the reports of crimes in progress. For crimes in progress, call 911.

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