December 17, 2017
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State police, Maine Warden Service join search for Skowhegan woman missing since May

By Callie Ferguson
Courtesy of Maine State Police | BDN
Courtesy of Maine State Police | BDN
Police are still searching for Tina Stadig, 40, of Skowhegan, who went missing in May.

State police and the Maine Warden Service have joined the search for a Skowhegan woman who went missing in May.

Tina Stadig, 40, was last seen in Skowhegan on May 28, according to Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Stephen McCausland.

Skowhegan Police have primarily handled the investigation, but state troopers and game wardens are helping today to search an area off of Route 150 in Skowhegan before winter weather arrives, he said.

Police will search a friend’s house where Stadig would occasionally stay, he said, as well as about five acres of the surrounding wooded property. Police dogs were brought in to help with today’s search.

Stadig is 5 foot, 2 inches tall, with brown hair, hazel eyes, and weighs about 140 pounds.

Skowhegan police are seeking any information regarding her whereabouts at (207) 474-9608. State police in Augusta can be reached at (207) 642-7076.

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