Sheriff’s pick up scent, but no viable clues found.
It has been one week since the family of Brigett Kennemore last heard from her. The 18 year-old Valencia High School student went missing last Monday after exiting a bus near Hasley Canyon Rd. and Cambridge Ave in Castaic.
Her family believes that Brigett exited the bus in an area she is unfamiliar with after a break up with her boyfriend.
While Kennemore is of consenting age, her family says that she is disabled and cannot make rational decisions on her own.
Over the weekend Los Angeles County Sheriff’s teams used scent dogs, a helicopter and ATVs to search the area where Kennemore was last seen. In an email, her family told KHTS that the dogs were initially able to pick up her scent, although it was lost near a wash off Hasely Canyon Rd. The resulting search of the outlying area provided no viable new leads.
Although in this case no news may also be interpreted as good news, since there was no evidence found that led investigators to believe Kennemore was hurt.
For now the family has little to go on, with the exception of a few friends who may or may not have heard from Brigett.
Leads from the public may also help provide clues. If you know the whereabouts of Bridgett Kennemore, contact Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detective Abraham at (323) 890-5500.
Pictured: Brigett Kennemore