‘Everyone’s hopeful that she is sill alive’: Brookfield’s Brittany Tee still missing after 12 days

The search for missing Brookfield woman Brittany Tee will likely resume Tuesday, weather permitting. Tee, 35, was seen Jan. 10 leaving a home on Main Street in

Brookfield on foot around 8:30 p.m. She was reported missing by her family on Jan. 13, and hundreds of people, including local and state police and civilians, have searched for

her since. The Worcester County District Attorney’s Office said they are planning to search nearby bodies of water later this week utilizing their dive team. This will

likely happen Tuesday, as much of Massachusetts, including Brookfield, received several inches of snow on Monday. On Saturday, Worcester County District Attorney

Joseph Early said during a news conference that multiple search and rescue teams, state and local police, police trainees, and civilians scoured Brookfield for Tee. K-9 units were

also used. The Boston Globe reported that the teams searched over 250 acres near Tee’s home but came up with nothing. “Everyone’s hopeful that she is still

alive,” Early said Saturday. Local News Baker tapped nearly 170 for state boards and panels during his final weeks in

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Here’s what forecasters are saying about the timing and impacts of Monday’s wintry weather Early emphasized

that Tee’s case is still a missing persons case and that her family has been nothing but helpful to investigators.