Jennifer Brown, A Missing Mother From Montgomery County, Has Been Found Dead

The remains of missing mother Jennifer Brown from Montgomery County was found on Wednesday in a shallow burial in Royersford. Brown, a 43-year-old resident of Limerick Township, has been missing for more than two weeks.

According to Kevin Steele, the Montgomery County district attorney, Brown’s body was found late on Wednesday afternoon, half buried.

Chopper 3 was in Royersford on Wednesday, near Fifth and Chestnut Streets, observing police operations associated with the investigation.

Detectives remained to process the evidence at the scene, which was located less than two miles from Brown’s house in Limerick Township.

Steele said, “I can’t tell you how many people have worked on this and assisted in this case to try to locate her. We have been conducting a thorough investigation. We hoped and prayed for her safety, but she is not there. Brown’s body will be brought to the coroner’s office, where an autopsy will be done.

If there are any active suspects in the investigation of her disappearance, prosecutors have declined to name them.

Brown was last observed in Limerick Township on January 3. She neglected to pick up her child from the bus stop the next day.

Family relatives claim that she would never leave her sons alone or without telling someone.

Flyers requesting her safe return have been circulated around the neighbourhood.

Locals tell CBS Philadelphia police officers removed a dumpster from close to Brown’s home.

Detectives were lead to a landfill in Berks County by their search last week.

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