The husband of missing Colorado woman Suzanne Morphew was reportedly seen distributing flyers at a Safeway supermarket this week.
As Fox News reports, Barry Morphew was seen in Salida on December 10, distributing flyers about Suzanne’s disappearance–seven months to the day the 49-year-old was reported missing on Mother’s Day.
Fox 21 News reporter Lauren Scharf shared a photo of the flyer on Twitter, showing two snapshots of the missing mother and contact information for tips about her disappearance.
Barry Morphew spotted passing out these flyers in hopes to find his missing wife #SuzanneMorphew at Safeway in Salida today marking the 7 month anniversary of her disappearance. #FindSuzanne #BringSuzanneHome #Justice4Suzanne pic.twitter.com/Qb7TU9WJe2
— Lauren Scharf (@LaurenScharfTV) December 10, 2020
Investigators in Chaffee County have shared very little about the ongoing missing persons investigation, and have not named any suspects in Suzanne Morphew’s disappearance. Authorities have not publicly confirmed an alibi for Barry Morphew, who has claimed he was working a landscaping job in Broomfield, a three-hour drive from the couple’s home in Maysville, the weekend Suzanne vanished.
An obituary for Suzanne’s father, who died in November, indicated that the family believes Suzanne is no longer alive.
Anyone with information about Suzanne Morphew’s disappearance is urged to call the Colorado Bureau of Investigtion’s dedicated tip line at 719-312-7530.
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