The plane took off from an airport in Pennsylvania.

ORLEANS, Mass. (AP) — State police divers have found the wreckage of the small plane that went down in the ocean off the coast of Cape Cod last weekend, but the pilot remains missing.

The plane was found Thursday about 3.5 miles east of Orleans in 70 to 80 feet of water, Chatham Harbormaster Stuart Smith told the Cape Cod Times.

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“Divers located the fuselage of the missing airplane, however, the pilot was not recovered,” state police said in a statement.

The pilot, believed to be the only person on board, was identified by authorities as Roger Mills, 67, of Woburn, Massachusetts.

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The Piper PA-28 took off from Reading Regional Airport in Pennsylvania on Sunday and was scheduled to land at Chatham Municipal Airport by about 8 p.m. A friend waiting at the airport reported that Mills had not arrived as scheduled.

A National Transportation Safety Board spokesperson says the agency has opened an investigation into the crash.

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