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Brooke Allensworth missing from Arkansas, car found by White River

Brooke Allensworth

Brooke Allensworth missing Arkansas

Brooke Allensworth, 37, of Searcy was last seen on July 11, 2018 in Newark, Arkansas,   Her car was found parked by the White River.

Brooke Allensworth
Brooke Allensworth

A Message from Brooke’s Family was sent to MPofA:

“We would like to express our gratitude to all those who show concern, kneel in prayer, actively seek answers, and continue to love Brooke with such relentless kindness and compassion. We continue to search for Brooke and search for answers. There are no words that can express the sorrow and chaos that clouds our hearts and minds. The day to day routine of our lives will never be the same. From this day forward, we are committed to finding this beautiful, vivacious, compassionate mother. We are committed to never allowing Brooke’s voice and contagious spirit to be lost beneath the weight of time or hidden from view as “old news.” We ask that you will continue to help us search, continue to help us cling to hope, continue to help us love our daughter, mother, sister, and friend. Above all, our prayer is that wherever Brooke finds herself, that she is overwhelmed by the assurance that she is so loved, so completely and deeply loved, by so many. If you have any information that can help us find Brooke, please remember those that love her, and contact the Independence County Sheriff’s Department at 870-793-8838.”

Brooke is described as 5’8″ tall and 180 pounds. Her hair is described as dark brown and her eyes are blue.

If you see Brooke Allensworth please call the Independence County Sheriff’s Department at (870)-793-8838.

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