Troop F – UPDATE ** We have identified the two subjects in the photo, thank you for everyone's assistance.

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The Maine State Police Troop F is trying to identify the individuals in the photos related to an ongoing investigation in southern Aroostook County.

Contact the Maine State Police if You can Identify the Subjects

If you know or recognize the subjects, you are asked to contact Trooper Bernard at the Maine State Police Barracks at 1 Darcie Drive, Suite 202, Houlton, ME. 04730. Call directly at )207) 532-5400 or call Aroostook County Crime Stoppers at 1 800-638-8477.

No additional information was released at this time.

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