NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - New York State Park Police and North Tonawanda Police spent much of Wednesday searching the Niagara Gorge for a missing 23-year-old man.
The United States Postal Service tells News 4 Douglas Vaillancourt did not show up for work in the morning. He worked part time for the postal service in Niagara Falls.
Police spent hours looking for the North Tonawanda man in the gorge, but did not locate him. Authorities are now looking for any information on his disappearance.
Vaillancourt is described as white, 6'1" tall and 190 pounds. He has multiple tattoos, which you can see in the picture with this story.
If you have any information, call NYS Park Police at 278-1777 or North Tonawanda Police at 692-4111.
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