Police, parents plea for information on missing woman who likely came to NH | WMUR

SANFORD, Maine — Authorities held a news conference Tuesday about a Maine woman missing for more than three weeks who likely came to New Hampshire.

Kerry Rear, 40, was last seen on Jan. 22 at a store in Sanford, Maine, but police believe she got into a car and then made several stops in the Granite State.

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ME – Family of missing Sanford woman offers $5,000 reward | WMUR

SANFORD, M.E. — Family members of missing Sanford woman Kerry Rear are now offering a $5,000 reward to anyone that has information that leads to her whereabouts.

Rear, 40, was last seen on Jan. 22 leaving the Lil’Mart convenience store in Sanford on foot, and was described to be disoriented and confused.

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ME – Sanford police looking for missing woman last seen Jan. 22 | WCSH6.com

SANFORD, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Sanford Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating a 40-year-old woman from Sanford, who has not been seen or heard from since Jan. 22.

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ME – Body found under dock in Bucksport that of missing Bangor man | Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — The family of a Bangor man who disappeared in early December 2016 learned Wednesday that a body recovered Saturday from the Penobscot River in Bucksport is his, according to Sgt. Tim Cotton, spokesman for the Police Department.

The state medical examiner positively identified the deceased as Paul Francis III, 29, who went by the nickname “June Bug,” Cotton said in a press release.

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Concern Grows for Missing Maine Man Derek Adams as Winter Weather Continues – NBC News

Nearly three weeks have passed since Derek Adams disappeared from his home in rural Byron, Maine, but family members and volunteers are undeterred in their search for him.

“We just want to get him home. He’s just a good guy, a caring genuine man. He sees the good in everybody,” Julie Gudbrandsen, a high school friend of Derek’s, told Dateline. “This shouldn’t happen to anyone, but especially not to him.”

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ME – Search continues for missing Bangor man considered ‘despondent,’ detectives say | Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — A local man who went missing just over a month ago was apparently feeling depressed in the days leading up to his disappearance, Bangor police Detective Lt. David Bushey said Tuesday without disclosing what investigators believe happened.

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ME – Family, friends of missing man fears he will be forgotten | WLBZ2.com

BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – The search for Paul Francis II is still underway, but dwindling according to family and friends of Francis.

Francis has been missing since December 2.

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