CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The FBI has joined in the search for a recent college graduate who disappeared without a trace from a nightclub New Year’s Eve.
A description of Kevin Zebrowski, 21, has been sent around the country on the National Crime Information Network, Carrabassett Valley police Chief Ron Moody said.
“The FBI is involved. We’ve given them the information, but we’re still treating it as a missing person case. We’ve discovered no signs of foul play,” Moody said Monday.
In fact, police have found no evidence at all. A search of the woods and buildings in a six-mile radius of Judson’s Sugarloaf Motel and Gondola Lounge turned up no trace of the man. And police dogs didn’t pick up Zebrowski’s scent anywhere outside the building, Moody said.
“It’s very unusual. There’s just no evidence,” he said. “He was there one minute, and gone the next. That’s what’s so frustrating.”
Zebrowski, a December graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington, was last seen at Judson’s at 1:50 a.m. Thursday. Police found his jacket near the dance floor, and his car was parked where he left it. The wind-chill temperature was about 30 degrees below zero the night he disappeared.
About a dozen police officers and Maine State Police detectives are tracking down the 150 people who were in the club that night.
“They’ve now done several interviews twice, but no one seems suspicious,” Moody said.