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Investigators search home of Kelsey Berreth

Posted at 5:07 PM, Dec 19, 2018

WOODLAND PARK – Investigators were back at the home of Kelsey Berreth Wednesday.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation said it was a routine follow up by law enforcement. No new information was provided.

Berreth was last seen in public on Thanksgiving at a Woodland Park Safeway store. Her fiance, Patrick Frazee, told police he saw her later that afternoon when he picked up their daughter. She has not been seen since. Ten days later on Dec. 2,  Berreth’s mother reported her missing.

Last Friday, authorities announced that they were now classifying Kelsey Berreth’s disappearance as suspicious, 23 days after she was last seen. The announcement came as investigators began the search of her fiances home.

The department said approximately 75 people were involved in the search of the Frazee property. A backhoe was also brought in to assist in the search. Following the search, the property was turned back over to the homeowner.

Authorities have not released any information on what evidence was collected.

The Woodland Park Police Department will pay up to $25,000 for information that leads to the safe return of Kelsey Berreth. Tips can be called into the Woodland Park Police Department at (719) 687-9262 or emailed to the dedicated email account at kelsey@city-woodlandpark.org for investigators to follow up. If you have any information related to this case, please call the Woodland Park Police Department.

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