While Maine law enforcement does frequently need to deal with reports of missing children and teens, they generally do not remain missing for long.  They are often located within a matter of hours or within a few days.

Sadly, this is not always the case.

According to the website for the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children, two teens have gone missing in the State of Maine in recent months.

Please look over the following information and take a good look at the photos.  Hopefully, you know something that can help these teens be located.

Kamia Nonossi, who is 15 years old, went missing from Lewiston on June 15th, 2022.  She is described as being 5' 10" tall and weighing 120 pounds.  She is Black with black hair and brown eyes.

National Center For Missing & Exploited Children
National Center For Missing & Exploited Children
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Satyrah Johnson, who is currently 15 years old (as of October 2022).  She went missing from the Aroostook County town of Mars Hill on September 16th, 2022.  She is described as being biracial and she reportedly is 5' 8" tall and weighs about 140 pounds.

National Center For Missing & Exploited Children
National Center For Missing & Exploited Children
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If you have any information about these missing teens, please call 911, the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.  You can also call the Maine State Police at 207.532.5400

Here's the Full List of Missing Persons Cases in Maine

There are 34 people currently listed as missing here in Maine by the state police as of July 2022. If you recognize or have any information on the people listed here, please contact the police.

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