FALMOUTH, Maine — Multiple groups expanded the search for Anneliese Heinig, 37, of Richmond, on Monday, according to the Falmouth Police Department.
The Falmouth Police Department, Maine State Police, Maine Marine Patrol, Maine Warden Service, Richmond Police Department, Portland Police Department, and Falmouth Fire Department are participating in the search.
As of Monday, December 2, police are searching the areas just off of I-295 in Falmouth as well as on Middle Road and Route 9 along the Presumpscot River Bridge in Falmouth.
The departments are warning the public that they should expect to see an increase in law enforcement in that area, along with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and water patrols.
Heinig's 2008 Mercury Mariner was found on I-295 between exits 9 and 10 and was towed earlier in the week. Police said they also found her phone inside the car.
Police have been searching for Heinig since Tuesday, November 26.
Heinig is 5' 1" and has blue eyes and blonde hair.
She was last seen wearing black pants and a black jacket, with a black hat and black shoes.
She was reported missing by her parents in Harpswell.