JAY — Maine State Police continued their search for Kimberly Moreau last month.

Maine Public Safety Spokesman told the Kennebec Journal and Waterville Sentinel that police searched a site in Jay last month.

There  were no more details available.

Kimberly Moreau of Jay was 17 when she disappeared May 10, 1986, after going out with a group that included Enman, police say. Enman has denied any involvement in her disappearance, and he has never been charged with a crime in the disappearance.

The Major Crimes Unit spent four days searching on and around Canton property on Route 108 owned by Brian Enman. Police used ground-penetrating radar, cadaver dogs and even a backhoe. Medical examiners and University of Maine geology professors were part of the effort.

The land was owned by someone else in 1986, but Enman purchased it in 2000. He filed a building permit in 2004, and there’s a home on the property. 

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