Missing Colorado Woman’s Chaffee County Home Up For Sale
The home of missing Chaffee County woman Suzanne Morphew is on the market.
Morphew disappeared on Mother's Day after allegedly going for a bike ride and never coming back.
Since then, law enforcement has revealed little clues about her disappearance, despite multiple searches and rampant rumors about her husband, Barry Morphew.
According to FOX21, their residence is now up for sale, and is listed on Zillow as a "stunning mountain home" for $1,759,000.
The home was previously the subject of two law enforcement searches.
Andrew Moorman, Suzanne's brother, also attempted to independently search the residence, but claims that Barry stopped him.
In September, DailyMail.com revealed that Barry also sold a property in the couple's Indiana hometown, noting that he had to obtain guardianship of Suzanne in order to do so.
Law enforcement last spoke about the case on September 29, when they debunked rumors that human remains had been found.
If you have any information about this case, please call the designated tip line at (719) 312-7530.
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