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Mother Of Missing Colorado Mom Kelsey Berreth Says Everything Seemed 'Normal' Before She Vanished
Cheryl Berreth says her daughter's sudden disappearance is entirely out of character as she pleads with the public for more information on the case.
The mother of a Colorado woman who went missing on Thanksgiving is begging the public for help in locating her daughter. Meanwhile, police continue to search for the woman, who seems to have vanished into thin air.
Kelsey Berreth, 29, of Woodland Park, Coloardo, was last seen shopping for groceries on Nov. 22. Kelsey's mother, Cheryl Berreth, says that her daughter's disappearance is completely uncharacteristic and that nothing similar had ever happened in the woman's life before. Cheryl has continued to discuss the days leading up to Kelsey's disappearance, hoping that investigators may be able to piece together the last moments before she dopped out of sight.
In an interview, Cheryl could not note anything particularly strange or remarkable in the days before the national holiday.
"Her voice was fine. It was a normal day for her," Cheryl said on NBC's "The Today Show" of her Thanksgiving day conversation with Kelsey.
Cheryl also maintained that she was regularly in touch with Kelsey, making this incident far more inexplicable.
"I can’t think of anywhere she’s ever gone where she hasn’t told me," Cheryl said. "It’s just not in her character to do something, to just take off and be gone. ... Never has she gone anywhere without saying anything. It's just not like her."
Kelsey's fiance, Patrick Frazee, has said he saw her on Thanksgiving Day when Kelsey dropped off their 1-year-old daughter. Frazee, who is cooperating with police, has since brought his phone to investigaters.
Three days after Kelsey was last seen, a text was sent from her phone telling an employee at Doss Aviation, a flight school in Colorado Springs where she worked as an instructor, that she would be taking the rest of the week off. That same day, Kelsey's phone pinged from Gooding, Idaho, which is 700 miles away from her hometown, where she had last been spotted, according to East Idaho News.
Cheryl, who lives in different part of Idaho, had reported Kelsey as missing on Dec. 2.
Investigators are not naming suspects and do not yet believe foul play has occurred.
“Sure there’s a possibility something else happened but it does me no good to go down that road, and it does Kelsey no good,” Cheryl said.
Kelsey is described as a 5'3" tall, 110 pound white woman. She was last seen wearing white shirt, grey sweater and blue pants, police said.
Anyone with more information on her whereabouts is being encouraged to contact the Woodland Park Police Department at (719)-687-9262 or the Central Bereau of Investigation at (719)-647-5999.
“Somebody has seen her,” Cheryl pleaded. “There’s more info out there. Somebody just needs to realize, recognize, say something.”