On November 22, Colorado mother, Kelsey Berreth, went missing and hasn’t been seen nor heard from since. Her mother reported her missing on December 2 and, since that day, investigators and local authorities have been searching tooth and nail to find any clues that would lead them to Berreth’s whereabouts.
On December 14, FBI investigators made a big move in their rigorous search. Berreth’s fiance, Patrick Frazee, has been an initial suspect in the case from the get-go. According to authorities, Frazee was the last person to see Berreth before she vanished.
She had dropped their one-year-old daughter to stay with him and after that, she has yet to be seen again. FBI started a thorough search of Frazee’s home and surrounding farm area, trying to find any smidgen of a clue that would lead them to her.
Before the search began, local police gave Frazee a ‘courtesy ride’ off of the property while they performed their in-depth searching. The local sheriff's office made a conscious effort to tell the news outlets that Frazee was not under arrest but was simply made to exit the premises while the search was underway.
“It’s a county search and rescue team but they are going to be run by the FBI’s evidence recovery team. Cadaver dogs...item dogs...any item laying out there that could be of value,” the authorities stated.
In the midst of the searching, Berreth’s mother continues to advocate for her daughter’s life. In her heart, she believes that Berreth is still alive. “I still know somebody knows where she’s at. Somebody has seen her. There’s more information out there. Somebody just needs to realize, recognize, and say something,” she said.
“In the back of [my] mind, sure, there’s a possibility something else could have happened. But it does me no good to go down that road. And I don’t think it does Kelsey any good either,” she stated.
She gave one final word to those interested in the case: “Don’t try to figure this out - we’ve got people trying to do that. Just share the photos. There’s more important things to be done.”
What do you think about this case? Do you think the FBI is narrowing in on a prime suspect? Do you think her fiance is guilty?