A Lincoln police, Bangor police and Maine State Police car are parked in the driveway of a home on Transalpine Road March 31, 2022. The road was closed for several hours Thursday. Credit: Leela Stockley / BDN

A portion of a Transalpine Road in Lincoln was closed as police investigated what a spokesperson called a “suspicious complaint.” 

The road reopened at approximately 4 p.m. but several police officers remained behind at a residence on Transalpine Road after police closed it for several hours. 

A Penobscot County police dispatcher confirmed that a portion of the road was closed. Maine State Police spokesperson Shannon Moss said that state police were assisting Lincoln police in dealing with the complaint.

Sawyer Loftus is an investigative reporter at the Bangor Daily News. A graduate of the University of Vermont, Sawyer grew up in Vermont where he worked for Vermont Public Radio, The Burlington Free Press...