Search Continues for Nichole Cable; Deputies Looking for Truck 

A teenager from Glenburn is still missing. Nichole Cable, 15, has not been seen since Mother’s Day. Her mother says she went out to the driveway and met someone she only knew from Facebook. Nichole reportedly texted a friend at 9:18pm Sunday, but no one has heard from her since.Wardens, police, members of the FBI and other agencies spent most of Friday searching a wooded area near Nichole’s mother’s house off of Route 221 in Glenburn. Authorities have removed a section of the ground that has tire marks on it. Deputies are asking for the public’s help find a black Ford Ranger type truck. If you saw one matching that description in the area of Route 221 near Route 43 and Rogers Market or near West Old Town between 8pm Sunday and 2am Monday, call police. ” “This is only a vehicle that we have interest in due to information that’s been given to us. It may or may not have been seen in the area so we cannot draw any inferences that this is the suspect’s vehicle , it may or may not be. We need to rule it in or rule it out,” said Penobscot County Sheriff, Glenn Ross. “From day one we have brought in the maximum amount of resources available to us. We’ll continue doing that until we find Nichole,” added Chief Deputy Troy Morton with the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department. This case is still being called a missing person case, and there is a lot of information deputies cannot tell us at this point. Deputies will say they are following a lot of solid leads, but will not say if they have any suspects. Nichole’s mother has made emotional pleas to her daughter this week, saying she loves her and just wants her to be home. There will be no more press conferences this weekend, but deputies do plan to update the media through e-mail. If you have any information call police.