The search mission for missing Brookfield, Massachusetts, woman Brittany Tee resumed Tuesday in the Worcester County community, two weeks after the 35-year-old was last seen, but she wasn't found in several bodies of water.
Not giving up hope on finding her, friends and family were set to hold a vigil on Brookfield Common Tuesday night. Her mother issued a desperate plea for her daughter to help end the search somehow.
"I'm begging you to, please, if you can hear it, come home or, if you can send us a sign somehow so we know where to go to find you — we aren't giving up, honey. We're searching," Susan Tee said.
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Eight Massachusetts State Police divers searched Quaboag River, Quaboag Pond and other bodies of water in the town but didn't find Tee or evidence of her disappearance, a state police spokesman said Tuesday afternoon. The search of bodies of water wasn't expected to continue Wednesday.
Meanwhile Tuesday, the Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team, a trained search-and-rescue unit, and a state police K9 unit continued searching a wooded area near Tee’s home.
The Worcester County District Attorney's Office, as well as state and local detectives, are still looking into the woman's disappearance and the circumstances that surround it.
Tee has not been seen or heard from since she left her Brookfield home on foot on the night of Jan. 10, according to state police.
Anyone who has any information about Tee's whereabouts is asked to call authorities at 508-453-7589.