Police have released new details about the missing Kentucky mother who vanished last month, saying she was taken to a rural home in Kentucky after leaving a Lexington bar with three men.
“We do know her last location was at a residence in Garrard County,” Assistant Police Chief Rodney Richardson, of the Richmond Police Department, told WKYT. “We were told that she left that location. That’s just something we can’t confirm right now.”
Savannah Spurlock, 22, a mother of four including a set of twins born in December, was captured on surveillance footage leaving the Other Bar around 2:30 a.m. on the morning of Jan. 4, along with three other men.
Police now believe after leaving the bar she went to a rural Kentucky home about 40 miles away with the men she had met that night.
“We know that she ended up at a home in Garrard County some time after leaving the bar with these three men,” Richardson told Fox News. “They did not know Savannah prior to meeting her at the bar.”
Since the young mom disappeared, investigators have searched the two vehicles the men were driving that night, but have not released their findings.
Police believe Spurlock rode in one car with two of the men, while a third man followed behind in a separate vehicle.
Investigators have also interviewed all three men involved, one of whom told officers that Spurlock left the home “later that morning.”
Spurlock’s mother, Ellen Spurlock, doesn’t believe her daughter would have left the home on her own.
“She had no car, no money, no phone and no coat. Where would she go?,” she told Fox News. “I don’t believe that for a second.”
Ellen Spurlock had FaceTimed with her daughter shortly after she left the bar early that morning and said her daughter told her she’d be home in a few hours. She hasn’t heard from her daughter since that call.
“We are devastated,” she told the news organization. “She has four young kids that need their mother. Whatever you know, you need to come forward now. I’m begging you to do this as a human being.”
She described her daughter as “very responsible” and said she rarely went out with friends or partied.
“She was a wonderful person. She loved her kids,” she said. “She’d do anything for anybody.”
Investigators are continuing to search for clues about where the missing mom may be.
The Cajun Coast Search and Rescue team has also volunteered to help with the search and spent the weekend searching the Kentucky River, according to WLEX-TV. The search team said they had no specific reason to believe the young mom may be in the river, but wanted to rule it out as a possibility.
[Photos: Richmond Police Department]
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