State Police, wardens join search for Skowhegan woman missing since May
SKOWHEGAN (WGME) -- Maine State Police and the Maine Warden Service joined the Skowhegan Police Tuesday in searching for a woman who has been missing for six months.
Police say 40-year-old Tina Stadig, of Skowhegan, has not been seen since May.
Detectives and game wardens are searching a home along Route 150 in Skowhegan and an adjacent wooded area.
Three police tracking dogs are also involved in Tuesday’s search.
Police say a man, who was a friend of Stadig, lives at the home. Stadig would occasionally stay there.
The last known sighting of Stadig was in Skowhegan on May 28.
Stadig is 5’2”, weighs about 140 pounds and has brown hair and hazel eyes.
Stadig's family says she had been battling substance abuse and mental illness.
Anyone with information on her is asked to call either Skowhegan Police at 474-6908, or Maine State Police at 624-7076.