Update: Family Of Missing Girl Pleading For Information

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Updated: 6/25/2013 12:34 am
The family of a missing Madison County teen says they just want to know where their daughter/sister is and that's she's okay.

State Police say Brookelyn Farthing was last seen Saturday morning at a home on Dillion's Court, just outside of Berea.

An hour after Farthing was last seen, police say a fire started at the house, but Farthing was nowhere to be found.

Police say all her belongings, including packed bags were still in the home. The only thing that was gone was her cell phone.

Farthing's step-father Randal Walker says her phone is on and ringing when they call but no one answers and they've been unable to track the phone.

If you have any information about Farthing call Kentucky State Police in Richmond at (859) 623-2404
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