LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A woman who was reported missing after leaving The Electric Cowboy has been found safe, according to Little Rock Police.
Brittany Brown was reported missing early Saturday morning.
Her family says she was spotted on a traffic camera in Missouri.
Little Rock Police say no other information is available.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – It was a fun night out captured in a single photo.
“This was Friday night at 10:25 p.m.,” Levi Brown says holding up his cell phone.
The photo shows Levi, a friend and his sister, Britney.
Brown is used to posing with his sister, but since they last stared into a camera, the smiles have faded and concerns have grown.
“I haven’t really slept much,” Brown says.
“I’m not even able to think straight.”
Britney was reported missing early Saturday.
She was last seen at The Electric Cowboy nightclub in Little Rock.
“Nothing’s adding up,” Brown says.
Levi says he and Britney were there with friends.
Everyone left around midnight, but Britney stayed behind and never came home.
Calls to the 24 year old’s phone go to voicemail.
Levi and his family spent the holiday weekend hanging up flyers and checking any surveillance video they can get access to.
“Everything is circulating back to the Cowboy, The Electric Cowboy,” Brown says.
Levi says he saw video of what looked like Britney leaving with a man, but it’s unclear what the situation was and why she isn’t responding now.
“Even if you’re safe, and you don’t want to be at home, just let us know you’re OK,” Brown says.
“We care, and that’s it.”
Armed with old photos, it’s Levi’s mission to someday soon pose for new ones with his sidekick sister.
Little Rock police said on Tuesday that there were no new updates in Britney Brown’s case since this past weekend.