The Maine State Police are investigating the hit and run death of 35-year-old Nicole Mokeme of South Portland that occurred in Acadia National Park on the campus of the Schoodic Education and Research Center sometime between Saturday night, June 18, and the early hours of Sunday morning, June 19.
Officials do not believe there is an ongoing public risk and believe this to be an isolated incident.
From the State Police:
The vehicle is described as a 2016, Black BMW X3 SUV bearing Maine Registration 5614WM registered to a 35-year-old Raymond Lester out of Portland Maine. The vehicle may have front-end or undercarriage damage. If you see or locate this vehicle, do not approach but immediately call the State Police.
If you have any relevant information please call the State Police at 207-973-9700.
Police are looking for a black 2016 BMW X3 SUV with Maine plates "5614WM." https://t.co/OIEAQs4qQE
— Jennifer Long (@JenniferWGME) June 20, 2022
Nicole Mokeme of South Portland, who founded the Rise and Shine Youth Retreat, was killed by a hit-and-run driver at Acadia National Park sometime late Saturday night.@GrahamGillian reportshttps://t.co/eSDulbf4Ya
— Portland Press Herald (@PressHerald) June 20, 2022