Maine State Police seek information on 1991 cold case of Christopher Rines

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PITTSFIELD — Maine State Police are reaching out to the public for any information related to the unsolved homicide of 14-year-old Christopher Rines, whose life was tragically cut short nearly 32 years ago.

Rines was last seen alive by friends on April 12, 1991, in Pittsfield.

After a month-long search, divers discovered his body in the Mill Pond area of the town, close to where his coat had previously been found.

Authorities have continued to investigate the case over the decades, but it remains unsolved.

The Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit – Central is dedicated to bringing closure to the Rines family and is asking for anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to come forward.

Individuals with any knowledge pertaining to the death of Christopher Rines are urged to contact the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit at (207) 624-7143.

The smallest detail could be the key to solving this case and helping ensure justice for Christopher.

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