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Authorities Looking for Missing New Mexico Man

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Eric J. Ahlskog Eric J. Ahlskog

CARLSBAD - Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a missing New Mexico man.

28-year-old Eric J. Ahlskog of Roswell went missing on Sunday from the Champion Bay area of Brantley Lake near Carlsbad.

Friends heard him exit his tent and investigators believe he walked north from the site to a nearby KOA campground.

Friends described Ahlskog's demeanor the night he went missing as disoriented. Authorities believe he is endangered because he had recently started taking anxiety and anti-depression medications.

Anyone with information should contact the New Mexico State Police, District 3 office in Roswell at (575) 622-7200.  

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