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Evansville teenager is missing

 Brooke Harmon (source: Jamie Rollins).
Brooke Harmon (source: Jamie Rollins). (KCWY)
Published: May. 22, 2020 at 6:22 PM CDT
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Brooke Harmon, 15, is missing.

Her mother, Jamie Rollins, said Brooke ran away from her Evansville home during the early morning hours of May 13.

She left a suicide note before leaving.

“We don’t know if her full intention was to harm herself but we want to know that she’s safe and that she’s not harmed. We just wanted her to be found,” Rollins said.

Brooke is 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 100 pounds. Her hair is naturally blonde but it may be dyed red. She has blue eyes.

Rollins said Brooke has run away multiple times before, including in April, but was never gone this long.

“Brooke, we want you to know that we love you and you’re not in trouble. And we just want to know that you are safe and to get you the help that you need,” Rollins said. “So please reach out to somebody.”

Brooke attends Kelly Walsh High School.

Rollins said people who see Brooke should not engage with her. They should call 911, private investigator Amanda Waldron at (307) 797-0363 or the “We Help the Missing” tip line at (866) 660-4025.

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