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A Kentucky mother of four - who just had twins in December - has been missing for nearly three weeks after she was last seen on surveillance footage leaving a bar with several men.
Savannah Spurlock, 22, vanished Jan. 4 after spending the night at The Other Bar in Lexington, Kentucky.
Richmond Police Department released several images to the public that show Spurlock leaving the bar with two men, a black male and a white male. Police were later able to identify and question the men, along with a third man who left at the same time, but no arrests have been made.
Elaine Moore, Spurlock’s aunt, told the Lexington Herald Leader that police told the family that one of the men said Spurlock had later been at one of their homes in Garrard County but had left on foot.
“She talked to her mom at about 2:30 a.m. when she was leaving the bar and told her she would be home in a few hours,” Moore told the paper. “That’s the last time she talked to her.”
Moore said it isn’t like the young mom not to let her family know where she is.
The missing woman’s mother, Ellen Spurlock, told WKYT that she is “lost” without her daughter.
The disappearance has also been difficult for Spurlock’s four children. The young mom has newborn twins along with a 4-year-old and 2-year-old.
Ellen Spurlock said the 2-year-old “misses his mommy” and that the family is hoping she’ll come home safely.
“I cope with it by praying and believing that she is still out there and somebody knows something and will come forward,” she said.
The Richmond Police said they are continuing to search for clues as to Spurlock’s whereabouts.
“We still have the same people out and about on it. Kentucky State Police is assisting us and we’re following up on any leads,” Richmond Police Lt. Col. Rodney Richardson told the paper.
Another aunt of the missing woman took to social media to thank the public for their prayers and support.
“The family is having a hard time, but we’re leaning into each other, we’re leaning into God. We know he is so big,” Lisa Thoma said through tears in the video message, according to WTHR.
[Photos: Richmond Police Department]
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