‘Please come home!’: Reward Increases as Search for Missing Pennsylvania Mom Continues

Pennsylvania authorities are searching for a Limerick Township woman who hasn’t been seen in nearly a week.

According to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, 43-year-old Jennifer Brown was last seen at around 2 p.m. on January 4 by a “friend and business associate.” She was supposed to pick her son up from a school bus stop in Limerick Township but never showed.

“It’s literally like we’re living in a movie that we watch on TV; it’s so surreal and unbelievable,” said family spokesperson Tiffany Barron. “Jennifer would never ever just disappear, she would never abandon her son. Noah is the love of her life.”

As CrimeOnline previously reported, police said that Brown’s car, keys, wallet, and work cell phone were all found inside her home, but her personal cell phone is missing. There has been no communication on the phone since she vanished.

Brown’s family initially offered $10,000 for information that leads to Brown’s whereabouts. The reward has since been increased to $15,000, ABC 6 reports.

Brown is described as 5 feet 1 inch tall and about 150 pounds with brown hair and green eyes.

“Law enforcement is very concerned about the welfare of this mother,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said in a press statement.

Anyone with information on Brown should call the Limerick Township Police at 610-495-7909 or Montgomery County Detectives at 610-226-5553.

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[Featured image: Jennifer Brown/Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office]