WINCHESTER \u2014 The man who was found dead in Winchester Lake on Tuesday was identified by officials Wednesday as a Torrington resident. The victim was 50-year-old Phillip Blouin, according to Will Healey, spokesman for the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. The agency\u2019s Environmental Conservation Police responded to Winchester Lake Tuesday morning after fire officials there alerted DEEP that crews recovered a man\u2019s body, later confirmed to be Blouin, from the water near an overturned canoe. Healey said on Tuesday that Blouin had been reported missing to Winchester police on Monday night. Blouin\u2019s vehicle was found near the lake\u2019s boat launch. Winchester police referred all questions to DEEP. Winsted Fire Chief James Lagassie said on Tuesday that police were investigating a report of a \u201clost\u201d person. He said Blouin was expected home at a certain time and didn\u2019t show up. Lagassie said police looked for Blouin Monday night until it got dark. He said when day broke on Tuesday and the search continued, that\u2019s when the Torrington man\u2019s body was found and fire crews were called in to help with the recovery. An autopsy is expected to determine the cause and manner of death.