NEW: Missing Suzanne Morphew investigation narrows on social media activity, police call for possible witnesses to come forward

Police in Chaffee County, Colorado, marked the six-month anniversary of Suzanne Morphew’s disappearance with an announcement that the missing persons investigation remains very active, and a call for anyone familiar with Morphew’s social media activity to come forward.

Morphew, now 49, was reported missing from her home in Maysville on Mother’s Day, the same weekend her husband Barry Morphew was reportedly at a work site a three-hour drive away in Broomfield. The Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office has not named any suspects or persons of interest in Morphew’s disappearance, and have shared very few details about the investigation in the six months since she disappeared. Investigators have also not commented publicly about whether they believe Morphew is still alive.

As Fox 21 News reports, Chaffee County Sheriff John Spezze reaffirmed his department’s commitment to finding the missing woman in a Facebook post this week, and indicated that investigators were taking a close look at Morphew’s multiple social media accounts.

In the statement, Spezze asked for anyone who interacted with Morphew’s social media accounts — Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, Facebook messenger, and Voxer — to come forward if they had not already, “regardless of how insignificant you think the information may be, or whether you think investigators are already aware of it.”

Anyone with information 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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