BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Police intensify their search for Nichole Cable. Local, County, State and Federal investigators are now all involved in trying to track her down.
Police say they've received more than 60 phone calls and tips since yesterday regarding the disappearance of Nichole Cable. They say at this time they are still classifying this as a missing persons investigation. There have been reports that the 15 -year old has run away in the past, but police appear to be taking this very seriously.
Police say they are particularly interested in hearing from people who saw anything Sunday night from 8pm until 2am on Route 221 where it intersects the Pushaw Road and Route 43. Route 221 is where she was last seen.
Police say they are now looking closely and computer and cell phone information records they've been able to obtain. Game wardens are also doing ground searches in Glenburn using dogs. They say based on information they've received they're looking down camp roads.
They also had a plane fly over some areas that are difficult for them to get to. This has turned into a major search effort and investigators say they have no intention of letting up.
Something that may not mean much to somebody may mean a lot to them and the investigation. They urge the public to keep the calls coming in at 947-4585, that's the Penobscot County Sheriff's office 947-4585.