Dean Levasseur: Missing from Maine Found

UPDATE:  April 25, 2012 -The body of 24-year-old Dean Levasseur was found around 10:30am in the search area in Howland.

Levasseur was last seen waiting to take the stage at Chickenfest around 11:00pm Saturday. Dean Levasseur, 24, a man from Freeport was last seen at an impromptu Chickenfest on Saturday.

Levasseur arrived with a group to attend the annual secret drinking party hosted by University of Maine students off LaGrange Road in Howland, Maine. 

Levasseur was scheduled to play in one of the bands at the Chickenfest which has been banned on the UMO campus. 

Levasseur is a member of Roots, Rhythm and Dub, a band based in South Berwick.  He was scheduled to perform with the band at 11:00 p.m., but even after he was paged with a PA system he did not appear on stage.  He left behind his guitar.  His cell phone pinged at a cell phone tower near LaGrange on Monday morning.  

Levasseur is 5’6″ tall, 145 pounds and was seen wearing a green jacket and blue jeans. He is scheduled to graduate from Southern Maine Community College in South Portland in 2012.  If you have any information about his whereabouts please call the Maine State police dept. at 866-2121.

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