A 35 year-old Brookfield Woman, Brittany Tee was reported missing on January 10. Let’s see more details about what happened and recent Updates.
What happened to Brittany Tee?
On January 10, Brittany left her boyfriend’s residence and was last seen leaving. After a few days, she was reported missing. Bethany Tee Posted a Message on Social Media.
My sister Brittany Tee has been missing from Brookfield, MA since Tuesday 1/10/23 around 8:30 P.M. She is 35 years old, has brown hair, and blue eyes are about 5’ 6”, and is 120 lbs. This is very unlike her to not being in contact with her family. Please call me or the Brookfield Police Department if you see her or speak to her (or any local police immediately, they will have her name listed as a missing person). We are desperate to find her, we love her very much.
Investigators search, photograph car outside home on Main St. in Brookfield (last location 35 y/o Brittany Tee seen leaving last Tues. night)
Search expands several miles around house w/ chopper, ATVs, K9s
— Darren Botelho (@DarrenBotelho) January 17, 2023
Friends and Families are cooperating with the Investigation
After leaving a Brookfield residence on foot at around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Brittany Tee, 35, hasn’t been seen since, according to authorities. State and neighborhood police think she left the Main Street residence where her sister claims she had been residing and vanished nearby Lewis Field.
Since Brittany Tee’s phone isn’t working, she left her car behind. When they last spoke, Brittany “seemed fine,” according to her sister, on Tuesday night.
When asked if police are looking into a possible criminal motive for Tee’s disappearance at Monday’s news conference, Early responded that it wasn’t the immediate focus. They waited two days before reporting her missing.
Investigators say both Brittany’s family and her boyfriend are cooperating and are still calling this a missing person’s case.
Search for Brittany Tee
Authorities previously said on Monday that they have her car, which they searched for evidence. Additionally, they said she had her cell phone on her, but did not share any additional information.
“We do believe that she’s in the area. There are multiple possibilities. That’s why we’re asking for help,” Early said on Tuesday, according to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
At the press conferences, authorities asked that nearby residents check their surveillance cameras as well as any areas “where a person may look to get out of the elements.”
“There are no suspects right now,” Early said on Tuesday, per the station. “Her boyfriend has been very cooperative with us, everyone has been very cooperative with us. That is encouraging.”
Search for Brittany Tee, missing since 1/10, has resumed in woods and along Rts 9 & 148 in Brookfield. MSP Special Emergency Response Team, K9, & Air Wing, along w/Brookfield PD, @MAEnviroPolice & @MassDCR deployed. Anyone w/info about Ms. Tee or sees her, pls call 508-867-5570. pic.twitter.com/srBMIGJ5A3
— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) January 17, 2023
Recent Update Search Area Expanding
|State police tweeted shortly after 11:40 A.M. Saturday that they were searching a large wooded area near Tee’s home and along Route 9 and Route 148.
The state assets involved in Saturday’s search included 18 troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team along with troopers from the Brookfield and Holden barracks, K-9 officers, and a drone.
Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early said that Brookfield police officers and firefighters continue to be involved in the search. Early also said that officers and cadets from the Worcester Police Department have joined the search effort, along with two civilian teams: Central Massachusetts Search and Rescue and Berkshire Mountain Search and Rescue.
According to Early, the MSP Underwater Recovery Unit — commonly known as the MSP Dive Team — will conduct water searches based on weather conditions. “The search efforts will continue today and into next week, involving expanded ground searches,” Early said Saturday.
Social Media Responses
Bethany Tee Added
Hi everyone. No civilian search parties yet. There is a big police presence where she was last seen and they need to professionally comb through the area. This is directly from the state police. I will let you know when/if you are needed and I can’t thank you enough — with Susan Tee and Brittany Tee.
Laiann Caron Posted
This is my friend from nursing school whose sister is missing for a week now. They are a close family and this is very unlike her. Please share and anyone in Brookfield MA please check security and doorbell cam footage. Praying for you Bethany Tee
Diane Elise Posted
That day when we decided to change the actual light!!
That’s Britt talking and cheering me on with her little squeaky voice! prayers that you come home safe!
Her friend was Concerned and Posted a Message
There’s an insane amount of women currently missing in MA. If your loved one is missing you are the only advocate they have. Overreact, make a scene, push law enforcement, and inform the public. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO WAIT 24 HOURS TO REPORT A MISSING PERSON. If your loved one is missing and it’s unusual you can report it immediately. This woman is loved and has a family who is beyond concerned, and it’s unusual for her to not be in constant contact with her family.
Police have also repeatedly asked that anybody with tips contact them — and said that the tips they’ve received so far have been helpful. “The longer this goes on, the more frustration and anxiety builds amongst people but I want to remind everyone to remain positive,” Brookfield Police Chief Michael Blanchard said on Tuesday. “Keep Brittany and your family in your thoughts and prayers, and continue to hope for a safe return of Brittany.”
Authorities ask that anyone with information about her whereabouts call the tip line: 508-435-7589.
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