New Brunswick family continues to search for missing mother, Erin Brooks

When Morgan Henderson thinks back about her favourite things to do with her sister Erin, she thinks about their long drives.

She said they didn’t have any particular destination in mind but rather a love of being together, sipping coffee.

“The thing we used to do the most was we used to go for really long drives,” she said in a phone interview on Friday. “We loved to go for drives, get a coffee and drive everywhere, all around the city. We would do that for hours. That was the thing we like to do the most.”

Now, Henderson wonders where her sister could be.

Erin Brooks was last seen inside the St. Mary’s First Nation Smoke Shop, captured quickly on the security camera, but her family hadn’t seen her since Dec. 25, 2021.

It’s been a month since she went missing, and the family just wants to see her come home safely.

“Please get a hold of someone somehow,” Henderson said. “It doesn’t matter, if she’s afraid to come home after all this time, don’t be, because the pain that we’re going through and not knowing where she is, if she’s OK, it’s horrible. This is awful. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone.”

Henderson said her sister is fun, outspoken and very family-oriented. Brooks has four children.

“She’s very kind and caring,” Henderson said.

In recent years, Henderson said, her sister’s mental health wasn’t the greatest and that weighs on her.

St. Mary’s First Nation Chief Allan Polchies says the community has rallied behind Brooks and her entire family. The council there put out a press release on Thursday.

It said it was pleading with brothers and sisters across Turtle Island to help bring Brooks home. The release quoted a post from Brooks’ Facebook page from 2018 on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.


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