‘My sister was murdered’: Brother of missing Suzanne Morphew says he may know where she is

“Maybe I don’t know everything the FBI knows, but I know a bunch of it.”

The brother of Suzanne Morphew has arrived in Colorado ahead of a large-scale volunteer search for the missing woman who vanished on Mother’s Day weekend.

Morphew, 49, was reported missing from her Maysville, Colorado, home on May 10, and it remains unclear exactly where or when she was last seen. Investigators in Chaffee County launched an immediate search, and later that month examined a property associated with Morphew’s husband’s landscaping business. But authorities appear to have uncovered very little evidence pointing to Morphew’s whereabouts.

Morphew’s brother Andy Moorman said in an interview with ABC 7 Denver that he is convinced she is still in the mountainous central Colorado region she had called home since 2018 — and that she is no longer alive.

Moorman has reportedly gathered hundreds of volunteers who are scheduled to begin searching on Thursday. Suzanne’s brother told the news station that he wants to focus the search on a few particular areas, relying in inside information he’s accessed.

“I’m going to get results. I have very good intelligence. Very good intelligence,” Moormon told the news station. “Maybe I don’t know everything the FBI knows, but I know a bunch of it.”

The missing woman’s brother said his primary goal is to bring his sister back to her home state of Indiana — not to track down the person or people who may be responsible for Suzanne’s disappearance.

“I’m out there to find my sister. I think everybody probably knows what happened,” Moorman said.

“I’m literally just there to search — I need to find her, need to bring her home, give her a proper burial and closure for my family. And that’s my point. I’m not about finding somebody guilty or trying to inflict punishment on anyone. That’s not my job. That’s the law enforcement’s job.”

Anyone with information about Suzanne Morphew’s disappearance is urged to call the dedicated tip line at 719-312-7530.

Read more of CrimeOnline’s extensive coverage of the Suzanne Morphew case here.

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