Authorities in Colorado are executing a search warrant at a property belonging to Patrick Frazee, the fiancé of the young mother who went missing on Thanksgiving.
Frazee is believed to have been the last person to see Kelsey Berreth on November 22, when she met him to hand off their 1-year-old daughter, as the couple does not live together. Earlier that day, Berreth, 29, was seen on surveillance video at a Safeway supermarket near her Woodland Park home, shopping with her daughter.
Little is known about Frazee, who had not spoken to the media and did not attend a police news conference earlier this week about Berreth’s disappearance. His lawyer said in a media statement that Frazee is cooperating with investigators and would have attended the press conference if he had been given enough notice of it.
A correspondent for ABC posted on Twitter Friday morning about an apparent police raid of Frazee’s property. According to the reporter, police are executing a search warrant connected to Berreth’s disappearance.
Deputies arrived and just cut the lock on the gate that leads onto Patrick Frazee’s property in Florissant Colorado. Now executing a search warrant related to the #KelseyBerreth disappearance. @ABC pic.twitter.com/pHJ2bhrT11
— Clayton Sandell (@Clayton_Sandell) December 14, 2018
The Teller County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to CBS Denver that investigators are searching Frazee’s home in Florissant, which is about 15 miles from Woodland Park. The sheriff’s office reportedly said the search could take days.
It is not known exactly what investigators are looking for at Frazee’s property.
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