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Coreen Wiese: Was She Hitchhiking the Day She Disappeared?

Coreen Wiese has been missing since November 8, 2006 from Buxton, ME. The sophomore at Bonny Eagle High School never returned home from school that day. It was originally thought that Coreen Wiese may have committed suicide. Then possibly that she faked her death and was a possible runaway. It is now being reported that Coreen Wiese may have been seen hitchhiking the day she disappeared. According to Don Blake of Limington, ME, he states that he positively saw Coreen Wiese hitchhiking on November 8.

Don Blake of Limington said he is positive he saw Wiese on Wednesday, Nov. 8.

“I saw the girl the day she disappeared,” Blake said. “She was hitchhiking.”

Blake said he was traveling east on Route 25, toward Portland, when he saw a teenage girl hitchhiking sometime between 10 and 10:30 a.m. that day. He has told his account of the sighting to the FBI.

The girl’s hair looked “wet and straggly,” Blake said. He recalled thinking that the girl looked young to be hitching a ride. After seeing published photos, he said, he has no doubt the girl he spotted was Wiese.

He said she was hitchhiking toward Cornish. Blake said a blue van pulled off the road near Town Line Billiards, a short distance from the bridge. The driver rolled down a window, and she walked toward the van, Blake said. (KeepMECurrent)

December 30th, 2006 at 02:19pm Posted by | Coreen Wiese, Missing, Missing Teen, Runaway | no comments

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