GLENBURN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Since Monday night, family and friends of 15-year old Nichole Cable have laid flowers, stuffed animals and other tokens in her memory outside her home in Glenburn. The site has become a tribute and healing place for those who knew Nichole.
Some of the messages on the board at the memorial were written before state police had found Nichole's remains on Monday night - saying, "Nichole, if you see this, please come home," while others have visited the site after Monday.
Tim Munson, who lives next door, has been keeping candles lit at the memorial site. He says this is the biggest tragedy in the town of Glenburn in the last 35 years he's lived there. He told me it's affected even his 4-year old daughter. He says every time a special report would come on the TV news, she would ask him if Nichole had come home yet.