Jennifer Brown Missing – 43-year-old Jennifer Brown, who lives on Stratford Court in Limerick Township has been reported missing after she was last seen on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and the Limerick Township Police Chief Robert J. Matalavage are requesting the assistance of the general public in locating her.
A friend and business acquaintance reported seeing her last on January 3, 2023 around two in the afternoon. On the afternoon of January 4, 2023, Brown was supposed to pick up her son from the bus stop where he was supposed to be waiting, but she did not show up. Her automobile was parked in front of her house, and the keys to the vehicle, along with her wallet, pocketbook, and work cellphone, were discovered inside. The personal smartphone belonging to Brown has not been located, and it has not been communicating with any other devices since the morning of January 4, 2023.
Brown is a Caucasian woman with brown hair and green eyes. Her eyes are also brown. She stands roughly 150 pounds in weight and has a height of 5 feet and 1 inch. The family of Brown has announced that they will provide a reward of $10,000 for any information that leads to the whereabouts of Brown that assists law police.
According to Steele, law enforcement officials are highly concerned about the well-being of Jennifer Brown, the mother in question. “If anyone has seen Jennifer or has any information that might be helpful in locating her, please call the Limerick Township Police at 610-495-7909 or 610-495-7909”
Jennifer Brown Description
- Name: Jennifer Brown
- Age: 43 years old
- Last Seen: On Tuesday, January 3
- Race: Caucasian
- Hair: Brown hair
- Weight: roughly 150 pounds
- Height: 5 feet and 1 inch
- Eyes: Green eyes
Jennifer Brown GoFundMe
Ellen Friend is organizing a fundraiser via GoFundMe to support her sons and family financially. According to the page, Jennifer is a mother to two boys (20 and 8 years old). While authorities continue their search for Jennifer, the donations that have been received will be used to take care of her sons and her family. Donors can choose whether or not to identify themselves publicly with their gifts to those they hold dear.
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