Search ongoing for missing Big Island spear fisherman
Tribune-Herald — The Coast Guard and Hawaii County Fire Department are searching for a missing spear fisherman off the coast of Honaunau Beach Park on the Big Island.
Jeremiah Nathan is described as 41 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, with dark hair, and a tattoo on his chest. He was reportedly last seen walking on Honaunau Beach with diving gear, wearing a blue-green camouflage full body wet suit at, approximately 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Nathan’s personal items were found in his vehicle, located in the parking area of Honaunau Beach Park. His spear fishing gear was not found with the vehicle.
Hawaii County Fire Department crews have conducted shoreline and aerial searches with and continue to search with divers, boats and aircraft. The 110-foot Coast Guard Cutter Kiska is searching the waters off the west side of the Big Island and an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Air Station Barbers Point.
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