Search continues for Maine teacher who disappeared

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NORTH YARMOUTH, ME (WCSH) The search for a missing Maine teacher has entered its fourth day.

Kristin Westra, 47, was last seen Sunday night at her family home in North Yarmouth.

According to Eric Rohrbach, Westra’s brother, she got up around 3 AM Monday morning because she couldn’t sleep. Rohrbach said his sister has been under a lot of stress and was dealing with anxiety lately because of work and because she and her husband Jay are renovating their house.

Rohrbach said when his brother in law got up in the morning his sister was gone. He said she left without her phone, keys, wallet and her car. He said it appears she might be wearing flip flops.

“Obviously it is cold and rainy so we are terrified what condition she is in right now,” Rohrbach said.

Authorities said they had received more than 100 tips regarding Westra’s disappearance. Several from friends telling police where she liked to run and places she liked to visit. Authorities said they had received some tips of people claiming they saw something “suspicious.”
 

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