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SEARCHING FOR NICK CROSS S2E7

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In this special 2 hour episode we speak to the mother and sister of Nick Cross missing in Maine.

Nick Cross was officially reported missing June 15, after he jumped out of his sister’s car on Howland Road on the way to Lincoln and ran away, Casey Cross said. She said she was trying to get her brother to a hospital after a bad reaction to some sort of substance he had taken the previous day.

Nick Cross was then seen by a woman who found him lying in her yard. After she went in to call 911, he was gone, Casey Cross said.

Search efforts have been ongoing since that day and Nick Cross’ disappearance is still being actively investigated, but no foul play is suspected, according to the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office.

But his family remains frustrated and anxious to find him — alive — but their hope is dwindling as time goes on.

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