Police in Woodland Park, Colorado, said they are still working with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to locate 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth as her mother Cheryl Berreth is reportedly leaning on her faith for a positive end to the search.
“The multi-jurisdictional task force comprised of the Woodland Park Police Department, local law enforcement, CBI and FBI continue to follow-up on information and leads surrounding Kelsey’s disappearance,” a release from the Woodland Park Police Department said Monday.
“As stated in Sunday’s update, the multi-jurisdictional task force completed its search of the Frazee property in Florissant, Colorado on Saturday, December 15. Because the warrant is sealed, there are no details available from the search. Investigators have worked nearly non-stop during the weekend and through Monday on this case, which remains the top priority for the Woodlands Police Department,” it continued while noting that, “Kelsey has not been located and there have been no arrests to date.”
Kelsey Berreth was last seen publicly entering a Safeway grocery store in Woodland Park, just north of Colorado Springs on Thanksgiving, NBC reported. Her fiancé, Patrick Frazee who does not live with her, said he last saw her on Thanksgiving afternoon, when he went to pick up their daughter from her home.
Police told The Denver Post that the only signs of Kelsey after that were text messages from her cellphone — which pinged off a cell phone tower near Gooding, Idaho — to her work and her fiancé.
Kelsey wasn’t reported missing until 10 days later by her mother.
“I can’t think of anywhere she’s gone where she hasn’t told me,” Cheryl Berreth told NBC in a recent interview. “It’s just not in her character to do something, to just take off and be gone.”
Berreth’s uncle, Ed Stanfill, agreed in an interview with KOAA. He said that even though his niece was a reserved person who didn’t mind her own company, her disappearance is out of character.
“Typically, she’s fairly quiet. I mean, she’s really reserved,” Stanfill said. “It’s not normal. Kelsey and her mom typically talk quite often. I mean, they were attached at the hip since she was little. I mean, they were best friends.”
Other family members like the 29-year-old mother’s cousin, Jodee Garretson, 50, of Pasco, Washington, told The Denver Post, she supported the conclusion that Kelsey would never have just disappeared without telling anyone where she would be.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leonardo Blair