State Police asked for the public’s help Friday to find a Waldoboro man.
Charles A. Feltis, 38, who was scheduled to be sentenced on May 24 on a charge of unlawful sexual contact did not show up in court that day.
Police are not classifying Feltis as dangerous, but have said people should call police rather than approach him.
“It’s something police should handle and not citizens,” Maine State Police spokesman Stephen McCausland said Friday.
McCausland said Feltis is likely in or around Eastport area, as he is a commercial fisherman from that area.
Feltis is 5-feet-11-inches tall, 190 pounds and has brown hair and eyes.
“If the public does not recognize his face, he has a number of distinctive tattoos that are likely to give him away,” McCausland said.
An eagle, a snake and a dagger cover Feltis’ right arm, and a tiger and a grim reaper are on his left arm. On his chest is a tattoo of a fishing vessel.
Police ask that anyone with information to Feltis’ whereabouts call 1-800-452-4664 or 911 on a cell phone.