Hudson man, Provencher, still missing

HUDSON – Bryan Provencher, the Hudson man who went missing July 31, has still not been found.

Det. Sgt. Thomas Scotti, who oversees the investigation, said Thursday he would not divulge any details of the case, but that officials will keep looking.

Provencher, 48, was last seen in Lowell, Massachusetts, where he manages an insurance company. Via the phone around 5:45 p.m. July 31, he told his wife he was going to Boston, where he often works as an Uber driver.

However, Uber officials later confirmed that Provencher did not drive for them that day.

Provencher drives a gray 2013 Honda Pilot with a New Hampshire license plate number 399 1288. His phone was last pinged in Auburn, Massachusetts just after 8 p.m. July 31.

Provencher is described as 6 feet 1 inches tall, 350 pounds, with hazel eyes and a shaved head, although his hair color is brown.

Allison Provencher, his wife, posted on Facebook, pleading with people to be on the lookout for her husband. The post has since been shared more than 35,000 times.

“We have thought of all the possibilities but no one really knows yet what has happened or where he is,” Allison wrote. “My family and I are literally hurting …. My kids are sad and scared and I try to console them,” she added, asking that if her husband somehow sees the post, to please come home.

“Our family was not privy to anything that may or may not have happened at his job,” Allison Provencher added in an update on her post. “The Hudson Police and my family just want to find him, we just care that he is found and safe.”

While Scotti declined to say anything about allegations of potential criminal activity, he clarified that right now, they are investigating a missing person case.

Anyone with information on Provencher’s location is urged to call the Hudson Police Department at 603-886-6011 or, to remain anonymous, the crime line at 603-594-1150.

Hannah LaClaire can be reached at 594-1243 or hlaclaire@nashuatelegraph.com.

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