Police search for missing Maine woman last seen in New York City

Police said they were investigating the disappearance of a Maine woman who was last seen in New York City. Falmouth Police said the parents of Christine Hammontree, 29, of Falmouth, reported her disappearance on Tuesday, and Hammontree was last seen in surveillance footage early Monday morning. New York Police said she was seen getting into a vehicle outside McDonald’s with a man and two women just after 2 a.m. The NYPD says Hammondtree was visiting someone she knew in town. It’s unclear how long she was in New York City before she was last seen: She wore an oversized blue t-shirt, cropped light blue jeans and sandals. Police said she was wearing an orange backpack and wearing black Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses on top of her head. Hammondtree has no history of mental illness or drug use, officials said. Falmouth Police and New York Police are investigating his whereabouts. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 207-781-2300.

Police said they are investigating the disappearance of a Maine woman who was last seen in New York City.

Falmouth Police said the parents of Christine Hammontree, 29, of Falmouth, reported her missing on Tuesday.

Hammontree was last seen on surveillance video early Monday morning at McDonald’s restaurant in Times Square.

New York Police said she was seen getting into a vehicle outside McDonald’s with a man and two women just after 2 a.m. The NYPD says Hammondtree was visiting someone she knew in town. It’s unclear how long she was in New York City before she was last seen.

She was wearing an oversized blue t-shirt, cropped light blue jeans and sandals. Police said she was wearing an orange backpack and wearing black Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses on top of her head. Hammondtree has no history of mental illness or drug use, officials said.

Falmouth Police and New York Police are investigating his whereabouts.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 207-781-2300.

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