OLD TOWN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - - Old Town Police Officers are searching for possibly endangered missing teenager Natalee Cote on Tuesday.
Police said 15-year-old Natalie Cote was picked up from school by her step-father Christopher Julian. she said may be driving in a Black mercury Mountaineer 1874MD Maine Passenger Plate, according to officials.
Old Town Police Captain Lee Miller said Natalee's mother told him that at approximately 3 p.m. Tuesday, her 15-year-old teenage daughter was picked up by her step-father Christopher Julian from school.
According to police, the teen's mother told them that several items are missing from the home including a debit card. She also informed police that her husband Julian withdrew money from an ATM and then made a purchase at a store in Bangor. The mother said that her daughter's and Julian's phones are turned off.
Police said Cote left willing with her step-father at the time. But additional information is leading them to believe that Natalie Cote could possibly be endangered.
Police said they have obtained a temporary warrant for Christopher Julian (DOB 11/1/72) for criminal restraint. According to police, there are currently working with the State Police and Maine Information and Analysis Center.
Their whereabouts are unknown at this time. If you have information, please contact the Old Town Police Department at 827-3984.
Police said to be on the look-out for Black mercury Mountaineer with 1874MD Maine Passenger Plate.
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