‘There’s no closure,’ say families of missing fishermen after search ends

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In the year before he went missing in choppy waters 40 miles off the coast of Barnegat, Paul Alexandre Matos bought a house, had a daughter and got licensed to commercially fish on his own boat. He had been working as a fisherman for other people, said his girlfriend, Amy Romano, but he decided last summer…

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