The U.S. Marshals Service, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Maine State Police, the Maine Warden Service and several local agencies are looking for a federal fugitive labeled a “career criminal” who is considered dangerous.

Wayne Collamore, 60, left a halfway house in Portland May 28, rented a car and disappeared, according to a press release from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Collamore was still in U.S. Bureau of Prisons custody at the halfway house as part of his sentence. Collamore was seen June 3, when he abandoned the rental car near the Nobleboro Town Office and ran off on foot.

An extensive search of the surrounding area was conducted by more than a dozen federal, state, county and local law enforcement officers.

Collamore has numerous convictions for burglaries, robberies and weapons offenses, according to the press release. He has also been convicted of several escapes in the past. Collamore is described as a 60-year-old white male, 6 feet 1 inch tall, and 180 pounds, with graying hair, hazel eyes and a mustache.

He was seen leaving the rental car wearing a brown button-down shirt, blue jeans and boat shoes, according to the press release. A short while later, a witness described seeing Collamore wearing a light-colored ball cap, gray sweatpants and a gray sweatshirt and carrying a plastic bag.

Collamore has a history of hiding in wooded areas before breaking into unoccupied homes or camps and stealing vehicles to make his escape, the press release said. Citizens are asked to ensure their homes and vehicles are locked at all times.

Collamore should be considered dangerous. Anyone who sees him is asked to immediately call 911 and not confront or approach him. Anyone having general information concerning Collamore’s whereabouts is asked to call the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at 882-7332, the Maine State Police at 800-452-4664 or the U.S. Marshals Service at 632-7553.