The search for Brookelyn Farthing continues, but there are sadly not any definitive updates in the case. The fact that there is no new information in her case, even though it isn't even six months old yet, indicates that it is definitely in danger of going cold. When a case of this caliber goes cold so soon it's hold to have even an inkling of hope that there will be closure. However, Brooke's loved ones are pushing forward in search of her -- even scrounging up as much money as they can for a reward.
Sadly, the reward is only at a measley $2,000 -- and that is clearly not enough to inspire someone to come forward with information. That can be seen from other cases -- cases that are far higher profile -- such a the disappearances of Lauren Spierer and Holly Bobo. Between the two of these girls their families and charitable persons have put up nearly half a million dollars. Yet, nobody has ever come forward with information.
It's been said at least a dozen times and it needs to be said again: Someone knows what happened to Brooke, and that someone was likely with her in the home that notoriously caught fire the night she vanished. It's also very likely that the person(s) responsible for her disappearance will never come forward for any reward, regardless of the amount.
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