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'No matter where I go, what I do, I'm always thinking of her.'

Authorities in Maine have few clues as they search for missing teen

'There's just not much to work with,' says Buxton police Officer Mike Grovo, who has has spent thousands of hours trying to solve the mystery.
By Stacey Chase
Globe Correspondent / February 18, 2007

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Since their 15-year-old daughter went missing more than three agonizing months ago, Wes and Cindy Wiese of Buxton, Maine, have left the lights on: pillar candles on the kitchen countertop burn all day, and multi colored Christmas lights on a Norway spruce in the front yard blaze all night. It's a ritual that keeps their hope from disappearing, too. (Full article: 1534 words)

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