Law Enforcement Continues Search for Missing Colorado Woman
The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) has not stopped searching for Suzanne Morphew, who disappeared from her Colorado home on Mother's Day of last year.
"Our investigative team has fielded more than 1300 tips and we continue to vigorously pursue all leads," CCSO said in a Facebook post, acknowledging the 8-month anniversary of her disappearance.
Suzanne went missing on May 10, 2020, after allegedly going for a bike ride and never returning home. No one has heard from her since.
Despite national recognition and multiple massive searches, law enforcement has revealed little information about the case to the public, citing the "integrity of [the] investigation."
However, CCSO's silence has not stopped rumors from spreading among the public, with some people, including Suzanne's brother Andrew Moorman, going so far as to accuse her husband, Barry Morphew, of murder.
Barry has consistently denied these rumors, telling CBS4 in October that he still has hope his wife is alive. Law enforcement has not named any persons of interest in the case.
In the meantime, CCSO still has Suzanne's tip line pinned to the top of its social media. If you have any information about this case, please call at (719) 312-7530.
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