Phone of Colorado woman who vanished on Thanksgiving provides new clue in mysterious disappearance

A Colorado woman who vanished on Thanksgiving may have traveled out-of-state, according to data recovered from her cell phone.

Kelsey Berreth, 29, was last seen in her hometown of Woodland Park on Thanksgiving day, according to CBS Denver. There are conflicting reports on whether Berreth was last seen at home or at a Safeway grocery store in the same town, which is reported as her last known location by local news station KRDO.

According to the KRDO report, Berreth’s mother reported Kelsey missing on November 25, and police went to the young woman’s home for a welfare check. There was no sign of Berreth, although she appears to left only with her purse.

Her brother Clint Berreth reportedly said in a Facebook post that Kelsey left her suitcases, cars, and cosmetics behind, indicating she was not planning an out-of-town trip.

But according to a report in the Idaho State Journal, Berreth’s cell phone pinged in Gooding, Idaho, a development that is bringing the Idaho State Police into the missing persons investigation.

Berreth is white with light brown hair, 5’3″ tall, and weighs 110 pounds.

Anyone with information about Berreth’s whereabouts is urged to call the Woodland Park Police Department at (719) 687-9262.