Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-10-25 23:20:38 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) – Four years after “Jody” Brook Anderson went missing, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is following a strong lead. Anderson was first reported missing in 2017 after disappearing in East Nashville.
Brooke’s aunt Deanna Anderson said:
It’s been a long four years for Deanna. She and her daughter have been searching for answers every day since Brooke’s disappearance.
Deanna says she last saw her niece the year before she went missing on Thanksgiving. She explained that, like most teenagers, Brooke calls from time to time to visit her aunt.
Deanna told News 2 that she didn’t think she was missing the month after her vacation.
“I want to know what happened, but the period. The 18-year-old can’t disappear, it just disappears. No money, no cell phone, no traces left. How can someone not know anything? No, “explained De’Anna.
Four years later, Deanna reached an agreement that her niece might be dead, but said she wouldn’t give up looking for an answer until Brooke’s body was found.
“Don’t go missing or do anything with your family. I have to do something. I can’t sit still. I have to find her. If she is murdered I have to find her body and I have to reassure her, “said Deanna.
When Brooke disappeared, police reported she had a one-year-old baby. Brooke is described as 5’3 “with brown hair and brown eyes.
In 2018, the Andersons gathered at Brick Church Pike to celebrate Brooke’s 19th birthday. Now they are still anxious for an answer.
“It’s exhausted. It seems depressing, it’s sorrowful. I woke up in the middle of the night and thought of her. I thought of her and fell asleep. I fell asleep. I wake up thinking about it. I’m always trying to think positively, but what can I do now? “Deanna said.
De’Anna puts a photo of Brooke aside to store an eternal candle. She says it reminds me to keep looking for the truth.
“That’s my vigilance to Brooke. I never give up and never stop looking for her until the last breath. When the last breath is gone, the kids promise to keep looking until we get the answer. I did, “said Deanna.
Metropolis tells News 2 that they are pursuing a strong lead, and the case remains unresolved.
Anderson family GoFundMe, Raising funds to provide cash rewards for information that could lead to the discovery of Brooke’s body or the arrest of the case.
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