The mother of a missing Colorado woman has described her last conversation with her daughter Kelsey Berreth before the 29-year-old mom vanished on Thanksgiving Day.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Berreth was seen with her one-year-old daughter at a Safeway supermarket near hear Woodland Park home on the day she went mysteriously missing. Berreth later met with her fiancé Patrick Frazee to hand off their daughter, as the couple does not live together.
“We talked just Thanksgiving morning,” Sheryl Berreth reportedly said. “No big Thanksgiving meal at her home or anything like that.”
Three days later, on November 25, Frazee and Berreth’s employer, Doss Aviations, received texts from Berreth’s phone. The text to her employer said that Berreth would be taking time off, an arrangement she reportedly had not requested previously. Authorities have not revealed the contents of the messages she sent to Frazee.
That same day, Berreth’s cell phone pinged hundreds of miles away, near Gooding, Idaho. It is not known if Berreth is believed to have been with her phone at the time.
It was 10 days after Thanksgiving when Sheryl Berreth called police to report her daughter missing. According to multiple reports, Frazee did not contact police during that time.
He released a statement through his attorney this week that said he did not attend a Tuesday news conference about Berreth’s disappearance because he was unaware it was taking place until just an hour before it began. Frazee’s attorney Jeremy Loew said in the statement obtained by KOAA News 5 that his client has been cooperative with investigators, and has provided potential evidence including DNA and his cell phone.
“It just makes no sense that we can’t find her. We have to keep looking,” Berreth’s mother said, according to CBS Denver.
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.