No sign of missing Colorado mom as police end search of fiance’s property

Authorities in Colorado have completed the search of a property connected to a woman who went missing on Thanksgiving, reportedly without finding any evidence that Kelsey Berreth is there.

Berreth disappeared on November 22 after meeting her fiancé, Patrick Frazee, to hand off their 1-year-old daughter. The engaged couple does not live together, and Frazee did not call police about Berreth’s disappearance. Her mother reported Berreth missing 10 days after she vanished. Investigators found no signs at Berreth’s Woodland Park home that she had intended to leave: Both her vehicles and many personal items, including luggage, were left behind. Berreth appears to have only taken her purse.

On Friday, Woodland Park police, joined by multiple law enforcement agencies, executed a search warrant at Frazee’s 35-acre property in Florrisant, which is about 15 miles from Woodland Park.

According to CBS News, authorities confirmed that Berreth was not found at the property but did not disclose what, if anything, was found during the search that is relevant to the investigation.

An anonymous donor has reportedly given $25,000 towards the search for Kelsey Berreth. The warrant issued for the search of Frazee’s property remains sealed.