BROOKFIELD, Mass. — The search is on to seek out one other missing girl. The Worcester County District Attorney says 35-year-old Brittany Tee, hasn’t been seen for 5 days and investigators have been out wanting for her on Sunday.
“They’ve had a drone in the air, cadaver dogs, people on the ground. They got dogs looking for human scent. It’s been an extensive and thorough search,” says Joe Early Jr. the Worcester County District Attorney.
She was final seen leaving a home in Brookfield on (*25*), January tenth, and reported missing three days later. Friends say a scarcity of communication triggered the delay in notifying the police. Now it’s been almost per week since they’ve heard from her.
“There’s a lot of people that are really concerned about her and we just want her to know that we all love her so much and that we want her home safe,” says Brittany’s buddy, Mattie Sjoblom.
Dozens of Brittany’s family and friends confirmed up on the Brookfield Police Department wanting for solutions concerning the investigation. Brittany’s buddies say mounting stress and the facility of numbers led to police lastly getting the phrase out that she’s missing.
“Today was the day that all of us just kind of had enough. We did show a large presence of support out in the parking lot across the street from the station today which I feel as though helped get the ball rolling,” says Mattie Sjoblom, Brittany Tee’s buddy.
To Brittany’s household, she’s not simply one other missing Massachusetts girl, Mattie needs individuals to know.
“Brittany has made an influence on all people’s life that she has touched. Caring, humorous, loving, form, hard-working. She loves her niece and nephew. She loves all 4 of my boys, says Mattie Sjoblom, Brittany Tee’s buddy.
The Worcester District Attorney asks for individuals to examine their surveillance cameras in case there’s footage of Brittany. Meanwhile, the police can be again out on Monday to proceed the search for her.
Anyone with details about Tee’s whereabouts is requested to contact the Brookfield Police Department at 508-867-5570 or your native police division.
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