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Search Suspended for Clues in 1986 Cold Case Disappearance

Detective Sgt. Mark Holmquist said Sunday that a fourth day of searching for 17-year-old Kimberly Moreau didn't uncover any human remains

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    Search Suspended for Clues in 1986 Cold Case Disappearance
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    Kimberly Moreau was last seen in 1986.

    Maine law enforcement officials have temporarily suspended their search for the remains of a Jay teenager who went missing almost 30 years ago.

    Detective Sgt. Mark Holmquist said Sunday that a fourth day of searching for 17-year-old Kimberly Moreau on the Canton property of Brian Enman, who authorities say was the last person to see her alive, didn't uncover any human remains.

    Police say she disappeared on May 10, 1986, after canceling plans to go the junior prom with her boyfriend and instead went out with a female friend to meet up with Enman and another 25-year-old acquaintance. She was last seen getting into a car with at least one of the men that night.

    Holmquist says state police will not return to Canton on Monday to continue their search.

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