A man who went missing from the Southport area told his boss he was attacked the day before he disappeared.

Who's Missing?

Brian McNamee is 39 years old. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office has his home addresses listed as Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, and Skagway, Alaska, but he was most recently seen in Southport, Maine.

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What Do Officials Know About the Alleged Attack?

Officials say McNamee is employed at the Southport General Store and that's the last place he was seen on July 1st. Brian had told his boss that he was attacked on June 30th. No specifics have been given about the nature of that attack and the event was not reported to law enforcement, but his boss said that McNamee had abrasions on his face. When he left work that day, he took his chef knives and cleaned out his other belongings from his job.

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office

Brian had reported to his boss that he lost his cell phone on June 24th, so calling him is not an option. When Deputies learned that he had been camping at Penny Lake Preserve in a tent, they went to the site and discovered that he had left some of his belongings behind.

According to the Sheriff's Office, Brian's family says that he's known to wander, often working in seasonal resort towns, adding that it's not uncommon for him to not communicate with his family. They reported him missing on July 21st.

Who Do We Contact With Information?

Anyone who thinks they may have seen Brian McNamee or who believes they may have information about his whereabouts is urged to contact Detective Jared Mitkus at 207-882-7332. Information can also be emailed to jmitkus@lincolnso.me or to Deputy Kasey Doyle at kdoyle@lincolnso.me.

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