Police continue to search for missing Cushing manMore than 60 people interviewed
Cushing — The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in an investigation of a missing person.
Kevin Stone Crute, 31, of Cushing was last seen at Ande’s Market in Warren Tuesday, May 21. There has been no contact with him from family or friends since then, according to a news release from the Knox County Sheriff's Office. According to family members, this is very unusual for him.
Knox County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Tim Carroll said Crute did get a ride home from the store.
Crute's parents filed a report Saturday, May 25 and with information gathered by the sheriff's office, police became more concerned with Crute's whereabouts, said the release issued May 30.
The concerns at this point are nothing more than the lack of contact. Kevin is known to be very social. He communicates with family and friends via phone constantly, said the release.
Since May 21, Crute has not been heard from. Authorities are continuing to search Crute's residence and have interviewed more than 70 people thus far and will continue to do so, said the release.
Family members are very concerned and are working with the sheriff's office to locate Kevin, said the release.
Kevin’s physical description is approximately six-feet two-inches in height, 200 pounds with short red hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a grey sweatshirt and sneakers.
Any help that the public can offer is requested. Please call 593-9132 to pass on information.
The sheriff’s office is working with Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit, Maine Warden Service and Maine Marine Patrol to help with the investigation and utilize all resources available.