Family of murdered Colorado mom Kimberlee Graves desperate for answers: ‘You’re not supposed to bury your children’

After the body of 41-year old Kathleen Graves was discovered by a park ranger and her death ruled a homicide, her mother is begging for anyone with information to help police in their ongoing investigation.

“My daughter, Kimberlee Graves has been killed,” E.C. Waller told the Colorodian.

“We found her but the people that did this and that are responsible are still out there. You’re not supposed to bury your children.”

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Graves was last seen Dec. 4, 2017 at her Colorado home.

Four days later, a friend had requested a welfare check from police. No one answered and Graves’ car was missing. On Dec. 10, the same friend entered Graves home and found it ransacked. Police later discovered someone had been using Graves car which was later recovered at a parking garage, the Coloradoan reported. 

Both of Graves’ two children – a 16- year-old daughter and a seven-year-old-son — are reportedly unharmed.

On January 9, a month later, Graves’s body was found by a park ranger in Lory State Park, just west of Fort Collins. The County Coroner ruled her death a homicide.

Due to the ongoing investigation, few details about the case have been released to the public.

Anyone with information about Graves’s disappearance and presumed murder can contact Ft. Collins police at 970-416-2825 or Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if their information leads to an arrest.

“If you know any little thing, if you saw her on the 4th, where did you see her? What was she was doing?” Graves’ mother Waller implored.

“Please come forward.”


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