Two days after concluding a search of his 35-acre property without finding Kelsey Berreth, law enforcement agents have reportedly returned to Patrick Frazee’s home on Tuesday as a “follow up” to the search warrant executed at his Florissant, Colorado, home on Friday.
Frazee is Berreth’s fiancé and father to her 1-year-old daughter, and is believed to be the last person to see Berreth, 29, before she vanished on Thanksgiving Day. Frazee has not been named a suspect in Berreth’s disappearance, but Woodland Park police said in a press conference on Friday that they wished to speak to him directly, but that Frazee until that point had been communicating only through his lawyer.
KUSA reports that authorities have returned to Frazee’s home on Tuesday, for what a Colorado Bureau of Investigation spokesperson told the news station was a “routine follow-up,” and that no arrests have been made in the missing persons case.
Berreth, a pilot who works as an instructor for Doss Aviation in Pueblo, had not been seen for 10 days before her mother reported her missing on December 2. She and Frazee do not live together, reportedly because Frazee lives with his mother. Berreth lives in Woodland Park, about 15 miles from Florissant.
Authorities have not said if any evidence was found during the initial search of Frazee’s property. A reporter for KOAA said on Twitter that he had spoken to an investigator who disagreed with the claim that Tuesday’s visit was routine.
I just got off the phone with an experienced investigator. He says following up a couple days after serving a search warrant is *not* routine. #KelseyBerreth https://t.co/UI6FEEW1vd
— Sam Kraemer (@SamKraemerTV) December 18, 2018
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