MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - They just want her home for the holidays.
The family of a missing Madison County teenager is again pleading for help nearly six months after she disappeared.
Brookelyn Farthing hasn't been seen since June 22nd.
On Tuesday, police again searched for clues near where she was last seen but they came up empty-handed.
As the six month mark of Brookelyn Farthing's disappearance approaches and as another search for her turns up fruitless--her family’s pain continues to linger.
“A lot of people think that with time things will get better but no, it does not get better. That is my stepdaughter who just stepped off the face of the earth and completely disappeared,” said Randal Walker, Brookelyn Farthing’s stepfather.
Billboards with Brookelyn's picture have been put up and fundraisers to help search efforts have been held, yet her family is still in the dark about where she disappeared to and who she was with at the time.
“There’s not an hour that goes by where I don’t think about Brookelyn or think about this case,” Walker explains.
With Christmas just around the corner, her stepfather is imploring anyone with information to come forward and help get his little girl home for the holidays.
“I want Brooke home. I want to have Christmas with the whole family and there’s a big part of this family gone right now and as a family we can’t function with this hole in us.”
Donations for the Farthing family can still be made at People's Bank under the name "Benefit Brookelyn Farthing."