AUGUSTA, Maine — A family of five Augusta residents has been located and are safe after they were reported missing, police said Monday in a news release.
One adult and four children were last seen June 30, according to a previous report.
The Augusta Police Department responded to a report of suspicious activity on Glenwood Drive at 1:39 a.m. Friday.
A news release from Augusta Police Department Deputy Chief Kevin D. Lully stated authorities believed there may be multiple missing persons.
Authorities requested public assistance verifying the safety of the five Augusta residents and released the names, ages, and a description of the vehicle they were likely traveling in.
"We would like to take a moment to thank our community partners, media partners, and law enforcement family for all the hard work and tireless hours following up on leads to help resolve this incident," Deputy Chief Kevin Lully said in the Friday news release.