Police are stepping up the search for a Massachusetts woman who was last seen nearly a week ago


Police are asking the public for help in their search for a missing woman from Brookfield, Massachusetts. That reports TBEN Boston.

Brittany Tee, 35, was last seen leaving her boyfriend’s house on Tuesday night, authorities said. She was reported missing on Friday.

Local and state police searched Tee’s friend’s neighborhood for clues on Sunday. Police dogs tried to pick up a scent in nearby woods and a drone scanned the area from above.

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A group of Tee’s friends gathered at the police station to join the search, but detectives feared they might inadvertently trample important evidence.

“I know there is an urge to go help with the search now, but we ask that you please don’t do that now,” said Brookfield Police Chief Michael Blanchard.

But Worcester County District Attorney DA Joseph Early Jr. asked Brookfield residents for a different kind of help. “Anyone with media, cameras in the house, check it. Check your cameras, see if you got anything,” he said.

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Police are expected to resume the search on Monday morning.

Brittany is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds, and was last seen wearing a black winter coat, jeans, and work boots.

Family and friends say she has never been gone that long without contacting loved ones.

Friends told TBEN that Boston Tee’s car was found at her boyfriend’s house. Her phone was last pinged near the Brookfield State Police barracks.

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