Saturday 15 December 2018

A Colorado Mom Went Missing on Thanksgiving Day.

A young mother's disappearance has captivated the nation. Again.

Kelsey Berreth was last seen in public on Thanksgiving Day shopping at a grocery store in Colorado, and the details that have emerged since she was reported missing over 10 days later are already pretty shocking.

"Right now, there are a lot more questions than there are answers," Susan Medina, spokeswoman for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, said during a news conference held on Monday, one that ended up prompting a lot more questions rather than providing answers. 

The Woodland Park Police Chief Miles De Young offered up an update on the investigation that is underway, telling reporters, "I have nothing to indicate other than that it is a missing persons case."

The missing person is Kelsey, 29, is a pilot instructor who has a one-year-old daughter with her fiancée, Patrick Frazee.

The last time Patrick told police he saw her was on Thanksgiving, when they met up that day to exchange custody of their child, who is currently in his care as police search for answers about what happened to Kelsey.

"Beside me is Kelsey's mother, Cheryl. Cheryl hasn't talked to Kelsey in 19 days," De Young said. "We've reached out to numerous family members and friends."

Cheryl then spoke at the news conference.


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