Six Months After Going Missing The Search Continues For Colorado Mother Suzanne Morphew
"Suzanne is missing. We in law enforcement hope for the best but prepare for the worst."
The Chaffee County Sheriff's office released a statement yesterday describing their determination in finding mother of two Suzanne Morphew while issuing a plea for the public's help.
While no specific details were offered about the progress being made in the case by the Chaffee County Sheriff's Office, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, and the FBI, Sheriff John Spezze stated that the case is a top priority. “To preserve the integrity of this investigation, we cannot reveal all we have learned nor all that we are doing, but we understand your frustration in wanting this case resolved quickly. That said, with each day that passes, we learn new information in this case.”
Suzanne Morphew was last seen by her husband Barry Morphew earlier this year on Mother's Day, May 10th. As reported earlier family members stated that at the time of her disappearance Barry Morphew was 150 miles away attending a firefighter training course, and shortly after her disappearance he issued a plea for help in finding the mother of their two daughters.
In yesterday's statement Sheriff Spezze also let it be know that there will be additional casework done as well as additional searches, and that the taskforce is particularly interested in the public's help with anyone who may have had contact, however seemingly insignificant, with Suzanne Morphew on Facebook, FaceTime, WhatsApp or Voxer.
Anyone with tips can call thje Suzanne Morphew Tip line at 719-312-7530.