Rehoboth Missing Swimmer – It has been established that it is no longer required to continue searching for a swimmer who was last seen in the waters off the coast of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, in Delaware. This decision was reached after it was found that it is no longer necessary to continue searching. According to Delaware Online, the body of Richard A. Boateng, age 31, who had been reported missing and was last seen in Savage, Maryland, was discovered on North Shores beach at approximately 6:00 AM today.
Richard A. Boateng had been reported missing and was last seen in Savage, Maryland. Savage was the last place where Boateng was spotted. On Sunday evening, about 5:45 p.m., he was spotted in the water with his girlfriend and a number of other individuals who were in town at the time. The last time anyone saw him was when he was missing. There were approximately six calls made to the 911 center in Rehoboth Beach, reporting a man who was in danger.
These calls came from off of Rehoboth Avenue. The investigation into where Boateng was was kicked off as a result of these phone calls, which served as the initial impetus. Away from the hands of the clock Guards from the Rehoboth Beach Patrol as well as those from beach patrols in the surrounding areas went into the ocean to look for missing folks while clutching onto ropes and being tossed around by the waves.