Police are Asking for Help in Search for Missing Madison County Teen

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Updated: 7/02/2013 1:50 pm
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is requesting the public’s assistance in searching for a missing Madison County woman, Brookelyn Farthing.  Ms. Farthing was reported missing on Saturday, June 22, 2013.  She was reportedly last seen in southeastern Madison County wearing a gray Madison County FFA t-shirt and denim shorts.
KSP is requesting that property owners in the Estill, Jackson, Rockcastle, and Madison counties check their own property for any sign of the missing woman.  Particular attention should be paid to freshly turned earth and unusual smells, ditch lines and remote areas.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact KSP at (859) 623-2404 or toll free at (800) 222-5555 or “text a tip” at 67283.
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