The husband of a missing Colorado mom who disappeared on a Mother’s Day bike ride in Colorado begs the public to share any clues about her whereabouts.
Suzanne Morphew, 49, was last seen on Mother’s Day May 10 after cycling near County Road 225 and West Highway 50 near Maysville, Colorado.
Her husband Barry Morphew speaks out and begs for her return in a video message. They share two adult daughters.
“Oh Suzanne, if there is anyone who can hear this, please, we will do everything we can to bring you back. We love you, we miss you, your girls need you, “he said in a Facebook video released Sunday, a week after her disappearance.
“No questions are asked, no matter how much they want – I will do everything I can to get you back. Sweetheart, I love you, I want you back so badly, “he said in the emotional video.
Barry Morphew, the husband of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew, first speaks out in a video plea for help locating her. “Oh Suzanne, if there is anyone who can hear this, then please, we will do everything we can to get you back,” he said in the clip
Suzanne Morphew, 49, disappeared on Mother’s Day May 10 after a bike ride in Maysville, Colorado
He was reportedly out of town, about 150 miles away in Denver, when she went missing.
He has promised a $ 100,000 reward for all information about her return. That amount was matched by a family friend, bringing the reward total to $ 200,000.
The Chaffee County Sheriff has not mentioned the reward, or whether the department coordinates with Morphew’s husband.
The Morphew family moved to Colorado from Alexandria, Indiana in 2018, according to Heavy.
Morphew’s bicycle was reportedly recovered on Sunday, May 10, but there was no other evidence of her whereabouts despite police deploying drones and tracking dogs.
On Thursday, the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday that they had found something that could be her personal item, but did not reveal what it is.
It was found at the intersection of County Road 225 and Highway 50 – about 500 yards from Morphew’s home. A path is nearby.
“While investigators are not disclosing details of what may have been found, they can confirm that Ms. Morphew has not yet been located,” the sheriff’s office said.
Morphew’s husband, Barry (left), was reportedly the city about 250 miles away in Denver when she went missing. The Morphew family moved to Colorado from Alexandria, Indiana in 2018
The FBI has been called in to assist in the search for Morphew. Her bike was salvaged on Thursday. Thursday, a ‘personal item’ was discovered to belong to the mother of two, near a path a short distance from her home
Police have not disclosed what the item is, but say it was found near the intersection of 225 County Road and Highway 50 – about 500 yards from Morphew’s home. A path is nearby
Nearly 90 researchers have been searching for Morphew for a week using drones, scent hounds and a flyover mission in steep and rugged terrain.
Members of the Sheriff’s Office in Chaffee County, with the help of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The FBI was called in to assist with the search, as well as Colorado Bureau of Investigation personnel.
Chaffee County Sheriff told John Spezze KRDO Thursday night: “I can’t say if the circumstances of her disappearance are suspicious and I can’t share what we found.”
Suzanne and Barry Morphew are pictured with their two daughters
“She’s a beloved member of her family and the sweetest person you’ve ever met,” her cousin Trevor Noel told CBS4.
“We want to leave our options open and we want to make sure we cover every hill … and know that everyone here is doing everything they can to find her …”
A Facebook page Finding Suzanne Morphew has been launched for help in her case. She taught Hamilton Heights, a high school in Indiana where Morphew taught from 1995 to 1999.
A GoFundMe page has also been launched to help search for her.
The FBI has set up a special tip line at 719-312-7530 for all leads.