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Search on Maine property turns up no new evidence in disappearance of Kimberly Moreau
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Maine State Police say a search on a property in central Maine turned up nothing in the disappearance of Kimberly Moreau.

The then 17-year-old vanished 35 years ago this week.

She was last seen on May 10,1986 on Jewell Street in Jay.

[Jay father continues search for missing daughter after 35 years]

Police say they got a tip and the landowner gave permission for a search on the private property on Wednesday and Thursday for any evidence.

Kimberly Moreau (Moreau Family)

The Maine State Police Evidence Response Team, K-9 team, Major Crimes Unit, and Maine wardens were involved, but they didn't find anything.

Moreau's father, Richard Moreau, says the reward for information leading to her is now $17,500. That up $2,500 from Wednesday

He's also set up a GoFundMe to raise money to hopefully find answers.

Richard says he doesn't care about what happened, he just wants to find her.

"We're not interested in anything else,” he said. “I don't want to know any details. I don't want to know anything. All I want is to bring her home."

[Police find no sign of Kimberly Moreau under Livermore farm stand]

The family has offered rewards in the past and watched as police searched multiple properties for evidence, but so far, nothing of value has turned up.

Kimberly Moreau's father, Richard Moreau, continues to put up posters, tapping and kissing each one with a promise that he will see her again. (WGME)

Moreau says time is now a factor as his health declines.

“As I’m getting older, I don’t want my two remaining daughters to have to continue on this search,” Richard said. "It would lift a tremendous weight off me. We want to bring her home, we want to put it to rest.”

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