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Law enforcement searching for missing woman
Kimberly Brotherton

The Bryan County Sheriff’s Office and other local law enforcement agencies are searching for a missing Richmond Hill woman.

Kimberly Brotherton, 48, has been missing from her Daniel Siding Loop Road home since Dec. 14.

According to a report from the sheriff’s office, the woman’s roommate reported her missing Wednesday. Brotherton was last seen leaving her residence on Dec. 14 in her white Ford van. There has been no activity on her Facebook page since a Dec. 13 post.

The woman’s husband, Bobby Brotherton, is in Texas working and told deputies she had done this in the past but never for this length of time. The report indicates that the couple does not have a joint bank account, and so Bobby Brotherton has been unable to get information about any monetary transactions his wife may have made.

Bobby Brotherton also told deputies that the last known activity on Kimberly Brotherton’s cell phone was an outgoing call on Jan. 4. When deputies contacted the man at that number, he said he was not familiar with the woman or her phone number.

Deputies also checked with local hospitals and jails but did not find any further information about Brotherton. Investigator Mike Fordham with the sheriff’s office said law enforcement agencies in Chatham County communities that Kimberly Brotherton has been known to visit have been notified to be on the lookout for her.

The woman’s information has been entered in the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Georgia Crime Information Center as a missing person.

Anyone with information about Brotherton’s whereabouts is asked to call Fordham at (912) 653-3867.

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