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Missing Maine Girl's Family Pleads for Her Return
05/15/2013   Reported By: Jennifer Mitchell

Officials say they're still searching for the lead that will take them to a missing Old Town High school student. Nichole Cable was last seen Sunday night in her hometown of Glenburn. As Jennifer Mitchell reports, today the girl's family made an emotional plea for her return.

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Surrounded by family, Kristine Wiley (above, 2nd from left) held up photographs of her 15-year-old daughter Nichole Cable (below), who has been missing now for three days. "If you see Nichole - this is my daughter - if you see her, please, let the authorities know. Help me bring her home."

nichole_cableOfficials would not confirm any of the rumors that have surrounded Nichole's disappearance, but according to a Facebook page created by Nichole's parents to help find her, Nichole may have been in the company of a male who was allegedly using the fake name, "Bryan Butterfield."

Troy Morton with the Penobscot County Sheriff's Office says nothing is being ruled out at this point. The search team, consisting of the State Computer Crimes Unit, the FBI, the Wardens Service and others, is following up on hundreds of tips from the public, he says, but they're still looking for the lead that will lead them to Nichole.

Nichole's mother says she doesn't care what the circumstances were surrounding her daughter's disappearence -
she just wants her daughter home.

Nichole Cable is described as about 5 foot 1 inches tall, and weighing 90 pounds, with long brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call the Penobscot County Sheriff's Department at 207-947-4585.

Photo of Nichole Cable courtesy Penobscot County Sheriff's Department.


 

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