15 Year Old Nichole Cable Missing Since Sunday, May 12, 2013 in Glenburn, Maine … Last Known to be with a Male using a Fictitious Name on a Facebook Account?
The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department is looking for 15 year old Nichole Cable who has been missing since Sunday, May 12, 2013 in Glenburn, Maine. She was last seen Sunday evening at her home on Spruce Lane before she left to meet a friend at the end of her road on Route 221. Nichole Cable is a student at Old Town high school. Currently, the FBI, the National Center for Missing Children, the Maine State Police computer crimes unit, Bangor Police Department and others are assisting in the case. It is being reported that she may have met a male she met on Facebook who gained her trust.
Nichole Cable – Missing in Glenburn, ME
Deputies will not say if her disappearance is suspicious or if she is in danger, but they want to hear from anyone who has information about her whereabouts.
Cable has light brown hair and blue eyes and weighs 90 pounds. She is a student at Old Town High School.
Nichole Cable Description:
- 5 feet, 1 inch tall
- weighs 90 pounds
- brown hair and blue eyes
- The teen has her nose, lip and ears pierced. She was last seen wearing jeans and a pink sweatshirt
FACEBOOK: “Bring Nichole Cable Home”.
UPDATE I: Bangor Daily News – Mother makes emotional plea for return of missing Glenburn teen.
“I would like to say, ‘Nichole, we love you and if you’re scared because you ran away — you’re not in trouble. It’s OK,’” Cable’s mother, Kristine Willey, said at a Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office press conference with her husband, Jason Willey, standing beside her. “If somebody has her — I don’t care [what happened] — take her to a gas station or a park. I don’t know what else to say. I’m waiting for you to call me and I love you.”
MAP of Spruce Lane and Rt. 221 in Glenburn, Maine
UPDATE II: Sheriff’s office fields 60 tips in 24 hours in missing Glenburn teen investigation.
Police and family members also have turned to social networking resources, including a “Bring Nichole Cable Home” Facebook page, to spread the word about Cable’s disappearance. Family and friends also are posting flyers in high visibility locations throughout Penobscot County and beyond.
On their Facebook page, the Old Town High School student’s parents say that they believe their daughter was last known to be with a male using a fictitious name on a Facebook account. A Bangor High School student with the same name was questioned by police.
“We are well aware of that theory,” Ross said Thursday. “We have interviewed him and there is nothing at this point that would indicate any other action is needed by our department there.
“But this is an active investigation. His name is out there and perhaps he’s concerned that he might be misaccused.”
The Bangor High student told WLBZ in Bangor that he has been cleared by police.
UPDATE III: Real Bryan Butterfield looks to clear his name.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Nichole Cable, please is asked to call the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office at 207-947-4585.