RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) — Investigators say the search is ongoing for an 18-year-old woman missing from her home in central Kentucky.
Kentucky State Police Trooper Paul Blanton told The Richmond Register that no further foot searches were planned as they continue to try and find Brookelyn Shae Farthing. Farthing was last seen more than a week ago near her home in the Red Lick community of Madison County.
Troopers on Saturday directed more than 80 people who searched through 500 acres.
Detectives are still trying to develop information about Farthing's disappearance. The home where Farthing was last seen was on fire on June 22 and she was missing.
Blanton says investigators have reason to believe Farthing did not disappear on her own.
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