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Police search for evidence in missing woman case

SKOWHEGAN-SKOWHEGAN - Law enforcement officials conducted a search this morning for a Skowhegan woman who has been missing since May.

State and Skowhegan police joined game wardens in searching a home for evidence related to the disappearance of Tina Stadig, 40.

She was last spotted at the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter while trying to find a place to stay.

Her family said she suffered from mental illness and believed someone was trying to kill her.

What brought them to a home on Route 150 in Skowhegan today is unclear.

The home is owned by a man who is friends with Stadig and she stayed there on occasion.

Crews have been searching the home along with a nearby wooded area.

Three police tracking dogs were also called to the scene to look for evidence.

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Craig Colson became news director and anchor at WVII ABC 7 and WFVX Fox Bangor in December of 2012. He began his career in broadcasting in 1985 while working as a news photographer at another Bangor television station. Craig worked his way up through the ranks and became the main anchor for the nightly newscasts before leaving in 2009. At that point, he became news director for four local radio stations and delivered the morning news before taking on his current position.

Craig grew up in a "news family" and followed in the footsteps of his father who was also a news director and anchor. His brother is also a news photographer at a Boston television station.

Craig's career has brought him all over-reporting from everywhere from Washington D.C. to Red Square in Moscow, Russia. When he isn't reporting the news, Craig can be found taking on new adventures with his two daughters or exploring the coast of Maine in his kayak. His other passion is making furniture in his shop or just about anything involving the outdoors.

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