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Bangor, Maine

Truck linked to missing girl, 15

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Maine law enforcement officials are continuing to follow up on tips as they try to find a 15-year-old Glenburn girl last seen a week ago. Penobscot County Chief Deputy Troy Morton said Saturday that the latest search efforts focused on several areas of Route 221 and Route 43 in Glenburn, Hudson, and West Old Town in north central Maine. Nichole Cable’s mother said she was last seen when she went outside to see someone she had met over the Internet. Investigators want to know if anyone saw a black Ford Ranger pickup or similar truck near Cable’s home between 8 p.m. Sunday and 2 a.m. Monday.

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