State Police: No new clues in DV/missing persons case

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Dale Godfrey ... still no sign of whereabouts

COPYRIGHT2017© WEST LEBANON - Almost six weeks after police say he assaulted his wife and then fled the scene, the whereabouts of Dale Godfrey remains a Lebanon mystery.

Maine State Police Sgt. Jonathan Shapiro told The Lebanon Voice earlier this week that there continue to be no new developments in the case that began early the morning of April 26 when Godfrey allegedly attacked his wife at their Sam Wentworth Road home and then drove off in his pickup before police arrived.

Godfrey, 52, of 167 Sam Wentworth Road in West Lebanon, is thought to have driven the truck a couple of miles and left it in the driveway of a house under construction near the intersection of Poplar Hill and T.M. Wentworth roads and Champion Street.

State troopers have noted that the interior of Godfrey's truck was covered in a large amount of blood and that Godfrey was known to carry box cutters in the truck. They also found his checkbook in a nearby stream.

State Police have searched the woods around where the truck was found, but turned up nothing.

State Police Trooper Kyle Wells has said the outlook for finding Godfrey alive is grim and that he could have succumbed to possible injuries in the woods or waters of either Milton Three Ponds or the downstream Salmon Falls River.

A woman on the Maine State Police Facebook Page who said she was Godfrey's mother-in-law said he suffered from mental illness.

Meanwhile, The Lebanon Voice talked to a neighbor who didn't want to be identified who said Godfrey seemed like a normal middle-aged man, who had a wife and two young children.

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