Suzanne Morphew aged 49 has been missing since Sunday after she went out of home for a bike ride in Maysville. Her neighbors reported to the police when she did not come back after waiting for hours. The police started the investigation.
Police found some of her personal belongings while searching which according to them might belong to her. Her exact location is still veiled even after the usage of sniffer dogs and drones.
Morphew’s bike was discovered on Sunday night with a personnel item that police denied unveiling. The item was found close to a County Road 225 & Highway 50s junction, distant about 500 meters from her residence.
Highway 50 has been sealed for investigation and search purposes with almost 50 people involve in the exploration.
Morphew was the mother of two young daughters and her husband was not in the town while the incident took place. And it is still vague she was alone while leaving home on the bike.
The family has announced a $200,000 prize if she returns home safely. FBI along with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s employees has also joined together for investigation.
John Spezze, Chaffee County Sheriff reported that we cannot say anything about how she vanished nor can tell which belonging they have found.
Morphew’s nephew, Trevor Noel told that we have declared a total amount of $200,000. We won’t stop investigation until or unless we are able to find our aunt.
The news has circulated over the internet by Noel in order to search Morphew. He made a Facebook page named Find Suzanne Morphew and GoFundMe in order to add more to the search for her.
All the family members are eagerly waiting for her to come back as she is really beloved to them. Meanwhile, her neighbors took it to the Facebook page of Chaffee County Sheriff Office to express their sorrow for her missing.
One local commented that praying for her safe return as she is an adorable and sweet person. Another wrote he has interacted with the couple in the gym, and they are amazing people.
Anyone, with any sort of information related to the incident, is directed to call the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.