MEXICO, Maine — The Maine Warden service is looking for two teenagers after they failed to show up at family member’s Andover camp last night.

Ty Howard-Gotto, 15, no hometown given, and Jonah May, 15, of North Smithfield, Rhode Island, reportedly left Mexico around 7:30 p.m. Monday planning to snowmobile to their grandfather’s camp on 225 South Arm Road in Mexico, according to John MacDonald, spokesman for the Maine Warden Service.

The boys were due to arrive at 10 p.m. and when they did not, were reported missing, MacDonald said Tuesday morning.

They were last seen riding an orange 2007 Arctic Cat Crossfire snowmobile. Gotto is believed to be wearing a black and red Polaris snowmobile suit and May is thought to be wearing a black and yellow jacket with black pants.

Game wardens are asking anyone who might have been in that area on snowmobile or otherwise to recall if the boys were seen.

Anyone with information that can help game wardens, please call the Gray public safety dispatch center at 207-657-3030.

Julia Bayly

Julia Bayly is a reporter at the Bangor Daily News with a regular bi-weekly column. Julia has been a freelance travel writer/photographer since 2000.