Missing Suzanne Morphew’s Colorado home is put up for sale: Report

The home of a missing Colorado woman has reportedly been put up for sale.

A realtor for Zillow, an online real estate marketplace, confirmed to Fox 21 News that Suzanne and Barry Morphew’s home in Maysville is now listed for $1,759,000.

On Monday, the Morphews’ sprawling home on Puma Path appeared on several real estate websites. Later in the day, it appeared that the listing had been de-activated on multiple platforms. A real estate agent who appeared to be associated with the listing did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Suzanne Morphew was reported missing on May 10. Her husband Barry Morphew has become the focus of scrutiny on social media, particularly in connection to his purported alibi the weekend Suzanne went missing. Investigators have not publicly commented on Barry Morphew’s whereabouts that Mother’s Day weekend, but Barry is said to have been in Broomfield, Colorado, for a landscaping job when he learned Suzanne had disappeared.

Earlier this month, Suzanne’s brother Andy Moorman organized a large-scale volunteer search in Maysville and neighboring Salida, in an attempt to uncover previously undetected evidence connected to Suzanne’s disappearance. Cadaver dogs reportedly showed interest in three different locations explored by the searchers, but the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that a follow-up investigation of those locations yielded nothing of evidentiary value in the case.


Investigators “will continue to follow-up to determine if there is any connection to Suzanne’s disappearance,” the statement read.

Anyone who has any information on the whereabouts of Suzanne Morphew is asked to call the dedicated tip line: 719-312-7530.

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

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