Two Maine Men Removed Their Ankle Monitors & Now Police Are Seeking Public’s Help Locating Them
**The photos of the suspects are mugshots from the Somerset County Sheriff's Office**
Maine officials are seeking the public's help in locating two Maine men that reportedly removed their ankle tracking monitors earlier this month, WGME 13 reports.
Officials say that 36-year-old, Jacob Savage, and 46-year-old, Terry Nurmi, both removed their ankle monitors earlier this month. The last known addresses for both men were in Skowhegan.
Savage reportedly removed in ankle monitor on April, 11th, and Nurmi removed his about a week later, the Somerset County Sheriff's Office reports. Police also say that both men were required to wear them due to domestic violence related charges.
Currently, there are active arrest warrants for both men for violating conditions of release and aggravated criminal mischief, WGME reports.
If you, or someone you know, has any information that could help lead to the capture of either suspect, you're asked to contact the Somerset County Sheriff's Office at 207.474.6386.
Photos of both suspects below provided by Somerset County Sheriff's Office.
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