Three-Day Search For Missing Colorado Woman Comes Up Empty
A three-day search for a missing Colorado woman has turned up no new clues about her disappearance.
Suzanne Morphew, of Maysville, disappeared on Mother's Day after going on a bike ride near her Chaffee County home.
The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office on Sunday wrapped up a three-day search of a residence on County Road 105 on the east side of Salida. Chaffee County investigators, the CBI, and FBI conducted the search, following up on leads that have developed during the investigation.
Several locations on the property were searched, but no connections to the Suzanne Morphew case were found. Additional details about the search have not been disclosed since this is part of an active investigation. Authorities did say the property owner was fully cooperative with law enforcement.
Hundreds of tips have been called in to the designated tip line and the public is being asked to continue to report any information about the case by calling 719-312-7530.
The Morphew family has posted a video on Facebook featuring Suzanne's husband pleading for her safe return. A $200,000 reward has been offered for information leading to her whereabouts.
Our thoughts and prayers remain with the Morphew family during this most difficult time.
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