Authorities have identified a lobsterman who died in the waters of Vinalhaven.
The Department of Marine Resources says 36 year old Jeremy Philbrook was a father of three.
Officials believe he fell overboard while hauling traps about a mile from the island.
His body was found by another fisherman early Wednesday afternoon along with his unmanned lobster boat.
The Coast Guard is investigating the incident and released a statement urging other boaters to wear life jackets, especially when they're alone.
Bangor Police are looking for a man wanted for a local burglary.
They released a surveillance photo of a man suspected of breaking into the Pine Grove Crematorium off Outer Hammond Street.
Police say they responded to a burglar alarm at the facility on July 31, but the crook had already fled.
No human remains were tampered with, but some items were stolen.
The man was wearing a dark colored leather jacket and was garrying a blue blanket.
He also has a beard.
Anyone with information is urged to contact bangor's police department.
Old Town Fuel & Fiber mill operations have been suspended indefinitely. City Manager Bill Mayo has released the following statement:
"On behalf of the City of Old Town we would like to thank Lynn Tilton for purchasing the mill in November 2008.We also want to thank all of the employees. The City has faced this situation before and we will keep moving forward. The City will work with the mill and state officials to try and find a new buyer and keep Old Town moving forward in a positive direction."
We will have more information as it comes available.