Oakland woman reported missing again; rescue group asking for volunteers

Posted Oct. 15, 2013, at 10:44 p.m.
Family members and volunteer searchers from the Down East Emergency Medical Institute are searching the Milo area for a 35-year-old Carrie Commeau (right). She is believed to be in the Milo area because she has connections to the community.
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Family members and volunteer searchers from the Down East Emergency Medical Institute are searching the Milo area for a 35-year-old Carrie Commeau (right). She is believed to be in the Milo area because she has connections to the community.

Carrie Commeau of Oakland, who was reported missing Friday and found Monday, has been reported missing again, according to a Facebook post from Down East Emergency Medical Institute late Tuesday.

DEEMI planned a search starting 9 a.m. Wednesday in Milo, and scout teams were on the scene Tuesday night, the post said.

Search volunteers are asked to call Richard Bowie, director of operations for DEEMI, at 852-6656 on Wednesday.

Commeau, 35, has medical problems, say family members. She is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, 230 pounds, with close-cropped brown hair.

Commeau is believed to be in the Milo area because she has connections to the community, Bowie has said.

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