A small but dedicated group of people showed up Saturday night for a
candlelight vigil. Approximately 20 people came out to Free Church Park for the vigil in honor of Brittany Shank, who has been missing since November 30, 2018.
The event was put on by Brittany's mother Jessica Rowlf, who says she is not sure she will see her daughter alive again. While she is not giving up hope, she does believe there is foul play involved, and she will try and get to the bottom of it.
Rowlf says information has been slow in coming as they have searched for
Brittany. She says there has been more chaos and what tips have come in have been very few.
November 30, 2018 was the last time 23 year Brittany Shank was seen. St. Joseph County Sheriff Brad Balk says Shank was seen in the 33,000 block of Fawn River Road around 9:41 PM. She had left her grandmother's house after doing laundry and her car went off the road.
She knocked on two doors asking for help because she did not have good cell phone reception. After stopping at the second house, Shank disappeared. Brittany is 5 feet 1 inch tall, 110 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. She was seen earlier in the day with a white man between 5 feet 6 and 5 feet 8 inches, who had short blonde hair with mutton chop type sideburns. He appeared to be in his early to mid 20's
If anyone has seen Brittany or knows where she is, they are asked to call the Sheriff's Department at 269-467-9045 or St. Joseph County Central Dispatch at 269-467-4195.
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