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Police seek help in disappearance of Brookelyn Farthing

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Kentucky State Police car Lexington

Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help three years after Brookelyn Farthing was reported missing.

Farthing, 18, disappeared June 22, 2013, after a fire in a home on Dillon Court in Madison County.

Some of Farthing’s belongings were found in the partially burned home, but there was no sign of her, according to state police.

There is a $14,000 reward for information leading to Farthing or the conviction of those responsible for her disappearance, according to state police.

Anyone with information is asked to call investigators at 859-623-2404.

Farthing had been at a party the night of her disappearance, according to Findbrookefarthing.com, a website created by her family. She was supposed to spend the night with a close friend, but after plans fell through, she ended up getting a ride to a different location with someone she knew.

Farthing sent text messages about feeling unsafe while waiting for another friend to get off work and take her home, according to the website.

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