Two months after her disappearance, more than a dozen detectives are still working around the clock to locate missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew.
Suzanne, 49, has not been seen since taking a solo bike ride from her home in Maysville, Colorado on Mother’s Day, May 10.
On Thursday, the Sheriff’s Office in Chaffee County released a statement revealing that investigators conducted a second search of the $ 1.5 million house Suzanne shared with her husband, Barry, earlier today.
FBI members initially investigated thorough property shortly after Suzanne mysteriously disappeared, before being released to Barry and the couple’s two adult daughters, Mallory and Macy.
“The case remains very active, as more than a dozen investigators deal aggressively with this case daily,” Chaffee County Sheriff John Spezze said on Thursday.
“And until we determine what happened to Suzanne, we can’t ignore any scenario or formally clear someone of suspicion.”
Barry Morphew has remained unremarkable after announcing a $ 100,000 reward for his wife’s safe return shortly after she disappeared. That figure was later doubled by a family friend. The $ 200,000 reward still remains available.
Two months after her disappearance, more than a dozen investigators are still working around the clock to locate missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew. Suzanne (pictured) mysteriously disappeared after a bike ride on May 10 from her home in Maysville
On Thursday, the Sheriff’s Office in Chaffee County released a statement revealing that investigators conducted a second search of the $ 1.5 million house Suzanne shared with her husband, Barry, earlier today. The property is shown
Suzanne was home alone when she went on her bike ride on May 10, with husband Barry reportedly over 150 miles away in Denver.
It was the grown-up daughters of Suzanne and Barry, Mallory and Macy who raised the alarm about her disappearance.
They contacted a neighbor when they couldn’t reach their mother when they returned from a camping trip in Idaho.
On the day Suzanne disappeared, Barry was reportedly in Denver while training for his volunteer firefighter job.
Suzanne’s disappearance led to an extensive search, including detection dogs, water rescue teams and tactical mountain rescuers. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the FBI were also called in.
Suzanne’s husband, Barry (pictured), has remained inconspicuous in recent weeks. Shortly after Suzanne’s disappearance, he offered a $ 100,000 reward for her safe return
Suzanne is pictured with her two daughters and husband Barry in a 2017 family photo
On May 17, a week after her disappearance, Barry has released a video begging the audience to help find his missing wife.
“Oh Suzanne, if there is anyone who can hear this, please, we will do everything we can to get you back,” Morphew said in the video.
‘We love you; we miss you; your girls need you. No questions asked, as much as they want – I will do everything I can to get you back. Honey, I love you, I want you back so badly. ‘
Two weeks after her disappearance, police detained the $ 1.5 million Morphew home to conduct a search.
Police officers were seen carrying bags and equipment home.
A CSI photographer was seen on the property and evidence bags were shown taken out and loaded into a van before the house returned it to the family on May 28.
Suzanne’s daughters Mallory and Macy who first raised the alarm after they couldn’t reach her on Mother’s Day when they returned from a camping trip in Idaho
Police and the FBI also conducted a three-day search for a separate house where Barry Morphew had recently worked as a landscaper.
The property on the Salida River is approximately 12 miles from the couple’s home.
Authorities dug up a concrete slab laid at that location, but there was no further evidence of Suzanne’s disappearance.
An earlier search took place along the US 50 after finding what was supposedly a personal item from Suzanne’s.
It was suspended on May 15 when it went no further.
The Sheriff’s Department of Chaffee County urges anyone with information to call (719) 312-7530.
Police conducted ten major searches in the area along the highway, at Morphew’s house, and in a property where her husband Barry had worked