The husband of a missing Colorado woman has sold the Maysville home the couple purchased three years ago.
According to Fox 21 News, Barry Morphew and unknown buyers completed the sale of the 3-bedroom home for $1.625 million on Wednesday. The Morphews purchased the home in April 2018 for $1.575 million.
Suzanne Morphew’s family members reportedly confirmed the sale. The home, which was briefly in the possession of the Chaffee County Sheriff’s office earlier in the investigation, had been listed on the market in October. As the Fox 21 News report notes, the two search warrants executed at the residence in 2020 remain sealed.
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Suzanne has been missing since May 10, 2020. Police have released very little about the ongoing investigation and have not named any suspects — nor have they confirmed Barry Morphew’s alibi the weekend his wife disappeared. As previously reported, Morphew has said he awoke early in the morning on Mother’s Day to drive to a landscaping job in Broomfield, about a three-hour drive away. He returned to Maysville after learning that his wife was missing.
In an obituary for Suzanne Morphew’s father published in late 2020, her family members refer to her as “presumed dead.”
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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