BANGOR, Maine (AP) - The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency has been called in to help with the investigation into the deaths of three people found inside a burned out car in Bangor a month ago, indicating that the homicides may be drug related.
Detective Sgt. Paul Kenison confirmed Tuesday that the MDEA is helping, but would not specifically say what the agency's role is. He says many agencies are involved. The MDEA also refused comment on its role.
Kenison tells the Bangor Daily News that no arrests have been made and did not say whether police have identified any suspects. He said the investigation is moving forward.
The victims have been identified as 26-year-old Daniel Thomas Borders of Hermon; 24-year-old Nicolle Ashley Lugdon of Eddington, and 28-year-old Lucas Alan Tuscano of Bradford.
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