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Rhinelander Snowmobiler Found Dead in ElchoSubmitted: 03/17/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

ELCHO - Police identified a Rhinelander man who died snowmobiling in Langlade County yesterday afternoon.

Fifty five-year-old Robert Ottman was found around 12 o'clock near his snowmobile.

He was on the northern part of Otter Lake in Elcho. Police say he drove onto the lake and got stuck, but they don't know yet why he died.

The Langlade County Sheriff's Office wants anybody with information about Ottman's whereabouts Friday evening to call them at 715-627-6411



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