Police ‘deeply concerned’ about missing Pennsylvania mother, 43, who did not pick up son at bus stop
Pennsylvania authorities say they are “deeply concerned” about the sudden disappearance of a missing mother, 43-year-old Jennifer Brown.
Brown, who lives in Limerick Township, was last seen by a friend and business associate around 2pm last Tuesday.
Neighbors say Brown was seen outside her home on Stratford Lane and didn’t notice anything unusual.
Loved ones say that Brown’s youngest son was always by her side and she would never leave him on purpose.
Pennsylvania authorities are looking for Jennifer Brown, 43, a mother who failed to pick up her son from the bus stop last Wednesday
A candlelight vigil was held on Saturday afternoon where the family called on anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward.
“It’s literally like living in a movie that we watch on TV, it’s so surreal and unbelievable,” family representative Tiffany Barron told WPVI. “Jennifer would never just disappear, she would never abandon her son. Noah is the love of her life.’
She failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop the next day, causing family and friends to become concerned and contact authorities.
She is believed to have gone missing between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.
When detectives arrived at Brown’s home, they found her vehicle parked outside with her keys, purse, wallet, and business cell phone still inside.
When Brown was unable to pick up her son Noah, her family panicked and contacted authorities
Brown’s car was parked in front of her house with her keys, purse, wallet and cell phone from work still in it
Friends and family attended a vigil on Saturday afternoon where people prayed for a positive outcome
Brown’s personal cell phone was nowhere to be found and is still missing. It hasn’t been used since she disappeared.
“Law enforcement officials are deeply concerned for this mother’s well-being,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said in a statement.
A candlelight vigil was held on Saturday afternoon, where the family appealed to anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward.
“Someone knows where my niece is and have someone say something,” said Brown’s aunt, Diane Brehm. “We beg for her, for her family, for her sons.”
A neighbor told how she only bumped into Brown last week.
She drove by. I was in the parking lot talking to another neighbor in the car with my dog,” said Ellen Friend, according to Fox 29. “We both waved hello and I went in.”
Brown, who lives in Limerick Township, was last seen by a friend and business associate around 2pm last Tuesday
“To see something like this happen a few houses away is a shock, so we’re all … I’m a praying person and I’m praying for some kind of resolution, some kind of answer,” said neighbor Lisa Tomarelli
“To see something like this happen a few houses away is a shock, so we’re all… I’m a praying person and I’m praying for some kind of solution, some kind of answer,” said another neighbor Lisa Tomarelli.
Brown’s family is also offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to her being found.
Brown is described as having brown hair and green eyes, is five feet five inches tall, and weighs about 150 pounds.
Anyone with information on Jennifer Brown’s whereabouts is urged to contact Limerick Township Police at 610-495-7909 or Montgomery County Detectives at 610-226-5553.