BUXTON, Maine — A search is under way for two 14-year-old Bonny Eagle High School students who ran away Tuesday afternoon and have not been heard from since.
The students, Rachel Ann Fuller and Dominique Lee Sproul, are acquaintances and are believed to be together, Buxton Police Chief Michael Grovo said in a news release issued Thursday.
Grovo said Fuller was reported missing to Buxton police shortly before 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Meanwhile, the York County Sheriff’s Department received a missing person’s report about Sproul.
Fuller is described as a white female with brown hair and blue eyes who is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. She is believed to be wearing bluejeans, high-top sneakers and a hooded sweatshirt.
Sproul also is a white female. She has red hair and hazel eyes and is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. She is believed to be wearing bluejeans, black sneakers and a dark blue and black hooded sweatshirt.
On Wednesday night, Fuller’s mother, Andrea Temm Fuller, posted a FaceBook page asking for the public’s help in finding her daughter and providing addition details about her daughter and contact information.
Among the notable details are that Fuller has straight brown hair and multiple ear piercings.
She also said that the last time she spoke with her daughter was about 2:40 p.m. Tuesday, when the teen called her cell phone from home.
“At some point after that, she left home and was picked up at BEHS and dropped off at Shaws in the Millcreek Plaza in South Portland. The last area she was known to be in was the Cottage Road/Preble Street area of South Portland at 6:30pm on 11/15/11,” Andrea Fuller said, adding that her daughter was with Sproul.
“Please share this and help me get my daughter back home safe,” she said.
Anyone who has seen the girls or has information about their whereabouts is urged to call the Buxton Police Department at 929-6612 or the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department at 324-3644.