The search for a missing Glenburn teen continues.It’s been nearly a week since 15-year-old Nichole Cable disappeared.Sunday, the Maine Warden Service led a search effort with hundreds of volunteers.Many people in the town of Glenburn and surrounding areas have been waiting to lend a hand in looking for Nichole. The Old Town High School student was last seen on May 12th near her home in Glenburn off of Route 221.Since then multiple agencies, including the FBI and the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office, have been investigating Nichole’s disappearance.The Maine Warden Service has been searching the area near her home by ground and by air. They’ve also asked for the public’s help in combing the area’s around where Nichole was last seen.Hundreds of people turned out in neon on Sunday to volunteer.”We came out today because we have a daughter who’s Nichole’s age, who went to school with Nichole, and if our daughter were put there, we’d want someone to be looking for her as well and we just really want her to he found,” said Donna Cotton of Glenburn.”I think it’s great to see the community spirit. Every body’s willing to pitch in and help,” said her husband, Jim Cotton.”I was a firefighter for 20 years in town, I figured I’d come out and give my support. I know the family. I just want to give my support,” said Tony Treadwell of Glenburn.People of all ages came out to help. Nichole’s mother was there to say thank you. Those who weren’t able to join the search donated water and snacks. Volunteers were broken up into groups and waited for a team leader and a destination to search.Once out there, groups looked together through wooded areas and roadsides to try and find anything that might help bring home Nichole. A group on Facebook was put together called Keep Your Light on for Nichole Cable.Organizer, Angel Wardwell, tells us that Saturday night, people in 33 states and three different countries left their lights on.If you’d like to take part in it, you can find more information on Facebook.If you have any information on Nichole’s whereabouts, please call the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office at 947-4585.