ROCKLAND – State Police searched a wooded area in Rockland on Wednesday for a missing woman whose family says they haven't seen her in six months.
Officials confirmed the search was connected to the Brittney McCormack case. Numerous police vehicles were seen along Forest Street, along with police K-9s and helicopters. Officials would not say what led them to search that area.
McCormack was reported missing in September. At the time, Hanover police said via Twitter than she had already been missing for six weeks.
@hanoverpolice with the assistance of other state agencies is attempting to locate Brittney McCormack who has not been heard from for 6 weeks. Any info contact HPD Detective Steve Moar at 781-826-2335 pic.twitter.com/yHW62fKhcr
— Hanover Police (@HanoverPolice) September 9, 2021
She is described as a 27-year-old with blond hair and brown eyes. She is about 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds.
At the time of the missing person report, Hanover police said McCormack is known to frequent the Brockton, Abington, Hull and Rockland areas.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 781-826-2335.
McCormack's mother, Laury McCormack, started a GoFundMe page in December to raise money for a reward for information.
"Brittney is a loving mother of two beautiful children and she is a loving daughter and a sister of four siblings," she wrote. "Brittney would do anything for anyone and she has a heart of gold."
This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: Police search woods in Rockland for missing woman Brittney McCormack