Portland Press Herald, Gordon Chibroski, File, Associated Press
In this May 22, 2013 file photo, Kyle Dube, 20, walks into Superior Court in Bangor, Maine one day after he was charged with killing 15-year-old Nichole Cable. Dube's trial is expected to begin Monday, Feb. 23, 2015 in Bangor and last two weeks.

BANGOR, Maine — The mother of a Maine teenager who police say was lured to her death with a fake Facebook page has testified that the suspect offered to baby-sit her other children after the girl's disappearance.

Kristine Wiley says Kyle Dube, of Orono, reached out to her after 15-year-old Nichole Cable disappeared in May 2013.

Wiley says Dube first told her he had heard Wiley said he was responsible for Nichole's disappearance.

Wiley says she denied the accusation. She says that Dube then told her "if I needed anything, call" and that he would watch her other children for her. She says she never took him up on the offer.

Dube's trial got underway Monday in Bangor. He faces murder and kidnapping charges.