3 years after Farthing disappearance, investigation continues

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – Today marks three years since Brookelyn Farthing disappeared, and Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help as they continue the investigation.

Troopers say their investigation began on June 23, 2013 following a fire at 113 Dillon Court in Madison County.  According to investigators, some of Brookelyn Farthing’s personal belongings were recovered from inside the partially burned residence, however she was nowhere to be found.

In the days, weeks, months and years  following her disappearance, multiple searches have been conducted, none of them fruitful.  Troopers say over that time, they’ve conducted multiple searches, continually followed up on leads, and actively sought new information.  Additionally, a Facebook page ‘Missing: Brooklyn Farthing’ and www.findbrookefarthing.com  have been created.  Also, a $14,000 reward for information leading to the return of Farthng, or the capture and conviction of those responsible for her disappearance, remains in place.

Kentucky State Police are asking anyone with any information that could be of assistance in finding Brooke, to please call them in Richmond at 859-623-2404.

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