Texas Attorney General agrees to review case of missing Canadian teen

    Canadian teen Thomas Brown has been missing since November 2016. His family continues to seek answers to his disappearance.  (KVII)

    The Texas Attorney General has agreed to review the case regarding the disappearance of Thomas Brown.

    According to Klein Investigations and Consulting, this is thanks to the office of the Governor, state elected officials that PBS Investigators have visited with over the past few weeks and Penny Meek, Thomas Brown's mother.

    The private investigations team said they want landowners in the area of Lake Marvin to look for sinking ground, as spring approaches. If sinking ground is found, they ask for you to call the sheriff's office or the firm for an investigation.

    Meek released this statement about the new developments:

    "We are thankful that the Attorney General’s Office is reviewing the case. Everyone I have talked to at their office has been really nice and helpful. I feel like we are headed in a good direction that will bring resolution to the case. We are grateful for everyone who has supported us in this circumstance and for everyone’s prayers."

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