74 Year Old Lynn Crink Missing Since 4/17/15 in Edgecomb, ME (Update: Found Deceased in Sheepscot River)
74 year old Lynn Crink has been missing since Friday, April 17, 2015 in Edgecomb, Maine. According to authorities, Lynn Crink went missing at 4:30 PM Friday, April 17, when she left home at 30 Quarry Farm Road (MAP) on foot. However, when she didn’t return, her husband reported her missing on Saturday at 1:23 PM. Lynn Crink as a white female, 5 feet, seven inches, 193 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Aiding the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office in the search is the Maine Warden’s Service, Maine Marine Patrol, Maine State Police and Lincoln County Search and Rescue.
Missing – Lynn Crink
Authorities would like to hear from anyone with information on the whereabouts of an Edgecomb woman whose husband reported her missing Saturday, April 18, according to a press release Sunday afternoon from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Lynn Crink, 74, of 30 Quarry Farm Road has been the focus of a weekend search.
Crink went missing at 4;30 p.m. Friday, April 17, when she left home on foot, the release states. “When she didn’t return, her husband reported her missing on Saturday at 1:23pm.,” the release continues.
The Maine Marine Patrol searched for a second day Sunday by boat, and also by air, Marine Patrol Sergeant Tom Hale said. Marine Patrol crews were in two boats Sunday morning, one boat traveling one shoreline of the Sheepscot River, the other traveling the other side, Hale said. The Marine Patrol’s search ended Sunday afternoon, with no plans to return unless or until new information is received, Hale said at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Beginning at about 4 p.m. Saturday, three officers searched by boat for about three hours, including during low tide, upstream and downstream of the home, Hale said.
UPDATE I: Search Continues for Missing Lynn Crink.
On Saturday, Maine Marine Patrol officers Matthew Merriman, DeniAnne Kilgore and Joel Tourtelotte, under the supervision of Sgt. Tom Hale, searched the Sheepscot River from an inflatable boat from 3:30 p.m. until 7 p.m., according to Jeff Nichols, spokesman for the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
At 5:50 a.m. Sunday, the the Marine Patrol was back on the water, and sent pilot Steve Ingram up in a marine patrol plane to search from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to Nichols. Marine Patrol Specialist Mike Forgues took a Maine State Police dive team out in a Marine Patrol vessel, Nichols said.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Lynn Crink, please call the sheriff’s office at 207-882-7332.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has recovered the body of Lynn Crick, 74, from the Sheepscot River in Wiscasset.
Officials said a couple walking their dog discovered the Edgecomb woman’s body.
Crick’s body is being transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta for an autopsy and to determine the cause of death.