Surveillance video capturing a Colorado mother’s last mundane moments earlier than her Thanksgiving disappearance was launched by investigators Monday, because the determined three-week seek for the 29-year-old intensifies.
Kelsey Berreth was final seen coming into a Safeway retailer in Woodland Park at 12:27 p.m. on Nov. 22 along with her 1-year-old daughter inside a automotive seat, video launched by police confirmed. The 14-second clip reveals Berreth grabbing a procuring cart and going contained in the grocery retailer along with her youngster — the final second she was seen alive earlier than going lacking.
“Investigators have launched that data [the surveillance video] as a part of this Fb submit in hopes that it might result in extra ideas on this case,” police stated.
Authorities proceed to scavenge for clues practically three weeks since Berreth was noticed alive on the surveillance video. Patrick Frazee, Berreth’s fiancé, instructed police he met up with Berreth later that Thanksgiving day to select up their daughter, however particulars in regards to the assembly haven’t been revealed.
Many questions, nevertheless, stay about Berreth’s disappearance. The Colorado flight teacher despatched a textual content three days after Thanksgiving telling her boss at Doss Aviation that she wouldn’t be at work the subsequent week. She additionally despatched a textual content to Frazee — however the content material of that message additionally was not launched.
The final location her cellular phone pinged from was in Goodling, Idaho, practically 700 miles away from her house.
Berreth was reported lacking by her mom 10 days after she was final seen and heard from.
All of Berreth’s belongings, except for her purse, had been nonetheless at her Woodland Park house after her disappearance. Her two automobiles stay in Colorado, puzzling investigators as they seek for the 29-year-old.
When requested if Berreth’s fiancé is a suspect, Woodland Park Police Chief Miles De Younger stated Frazee is the “father of Kelsey’s daughter and we’re going to go away it at that.”
“It is a lacking individuals case,” he added.
On Monday, Berreth’s mom, Cheryl Berreth, put out a public plea in hopes of her daughter’s secure return.
“Kelsey we simply need you house. Name us for those who can. Somebody is aware of the place she’s at,” Cheryl Berreth stated in a information convention on Monday afternoon. “She’s not the sort that runs off. That is fully out of character.”
Anybody with data on Berreth is urged to name the tip line at 719-687-9262.