The Maine Warden Service and other organizations continue their search for lost hiker Geraldine Largay on and off the Appalachian Trail today.

This photo released today shows Geraldine Largay in her black rain jacket which she would likely have been wearing in the rain on Tuesday, July 23, the day she went missing.

The search area encompasses roughly 81 square miles. Weather conditions are cloudy today with a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. It is unlikely aircraft will be utilized today.

Largay search log to date in miles:
Canine teams - 56.2 miles
Ground Searchers – 300.2 Miles
Horse Teams – 26.9 miles
Aircraft/Helicopter – 338 miles
 
Approximately 30 searchers are out today and include Maine game wardens, Mahoosuc SAR, US Border Patrol, and the Maine Forest Service. Those with any information should call the Maine State Police Communications Center in Augusta at (207) 624-7076 or 1-800-452-4664 (Maine only).

 

Photo taken Saturday, July 20, 2013 in Sandy River Plantation at the intersection of Route 4. Courtesy of the Maine Warden Service