A teenager from Glenburn remains missing Thursday afternoon. Nichole Cable, 15, hasn’t been heard from since Sunday night. At a press conference on Thursday, Sheriff Glenn Ross with the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department said it is still a missing person case. Deputies said they received more than 60 calls with tips in the case on Wednesday night. Crews are using K9 units and an airplane to search camp roads near where Nichole lives in Glenburn. Police say they are searching for clues like clothing and footprints, hoping something will lead them to Nichole. The Old Town High School student reportedly went to the driveway of her mother’s house to talk with someone and never came back. Her mother has told TV 5 Nichole didn’t know the person except for on Facebook. Deputies are asking anyone who thinks they saw something suspicious on Route 221 in Glenburn between 8pm Sunday and 2am Monday to call them at 947-4585. Wednesday, Nichole’s mother made an emotional plea to her daughter.”I would like to say, Nichole, we love you, and if you’re scared because you ran away, you’re not in trouble, just come home, it will be ok. And, if somebody has her, I don’t care, just take her to a gas station, a park, anywhere. If you see Nichole, this is my daughter, if you see her, please let the authorities know. Help me bring her home,” says Kristine Wiley of Glenburn.Chief Deputy Troy Morton says an Amber Alert was not issued because the case does not meet the criteria. Numerous agencies are involved in the case including the FBI, Maine State Police, Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department, and Maine Warden Service.