A man indicted for the murder of a teenage girl used a fake Facebook account to lure her from her home so that he could stage her kidnapping and rescue and appear to be a hero, according to a state police affidavit.

Instead, the affidavit released Wednesday says Kyle Dube ended up killing 15-year-old Nichole Cable, whose body was found in a wooded area of Old Town this month a week after she went missing.

Detective Thomas Pickering outlined the scenario leading to the high school sophomore’s death. He wrote that Dube told his brother that he used Facebook to trick her into going out of her house in Glenburn, not far from Old Town, while he waited in the woods wearing a ski mask.

When Nichole came along, Dube jumped out and snatched her, duct-taped her and put her in the back of his father’s pickup truck, the affidavit said. The 20-year-old Dube later discovered that she was dead, so he dumped her body and covered it with branches, it said.

The affidavit, released after Dube’s indictment, doesn’t go into details about how Nichole was duct-taped, and the cause of her death is still being determined by the medical examiner’s office.

Dube told his brother that he “intended to kidnap Nichole and hide her; that he would later find her and be the hero,” Pickering wrote.

Dube’s attorney, Stephen Smith, did not immediately return a phone call left at his office Wednesday evening. He had argued for the affidavit to

Article source: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/05/30/police-maine-man-seeking-to-be-hero-tried-to-stage-kidnap-rescue-teen-found/