Search for missing Brookfield woman continues, police seek tips

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WORCESTER — Authorities are continuing their intensive search for Brittany Tee, a 35-year-old Brookfield woman who was reported missing by her family on Jan. 13 after last being seen near Lewis Field on Main Street on Jan. 10.

In a joint statement, the Worcester District Attorney’s Office and the Massachusetts State Police, along with the Brookfield Police, outlined the ongoing efforts to locate Tee, including extensive searches by air, water, and land.

The coordinated efforts have involved the use of helicopters, drones, K-9 units, and trained civilian search teams.

The comprehensive search has seen the participation of multiple agencies, including the Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team, State Police Air Wing, State Police Marine Unit, State Police K-9 Unit, the Worcester Police Department, as well as Brookfield Police and Fire Departments.

The Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team, alongside detectives assigned to the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office, returned to Brookfield last month to continue the ground search for Ms. Tee.

Law enforcement officials remain committed to following up on all investigative leads and tips received in connection with Ms. Tee’s disappearance and continue to encourage the public to come forward with any relevant information.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Brittany Tee is urged to contact the authorities by calling the dedicated tip line at 508-453-7589.

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