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Kentucky Mother Of 4 Enjoys Night Out And Never Returns Home; Almost 1 Month Later, Police Are Begging For Your Help In Locating The Missing Woman

January 22, 2019

The Richmond Police Department in Kentucky is asking for the assistance of the public in a current missing person case.

On January 4, 22-year-old mother of four, Savannah Spurlock, went out for the evening but sadly, has yet to be seen since. She was last seen on surveillance video leaving The Other Bar with two men.

From that moment on, her family and the local authorities have been hot on the trail of bringing her home safely. Spurlock was last seen wearing a black shirt, maroon skirt, and heels. She stands 5 feet tall and weighs 140 lbs. She has brownish blonde hair, brown eyes, and several tattoos.

Her mother, Ellen, has spoken with sources and elaborated on the devastation of her missing daughter. “[Spurlock’s son] doesn’t know what’s going on, but my fear is how long can that take place, you know? Mommy is not here for 11 days, each day is another day. How long can that take place?”

She continued, “Her newborn twins, her 2-year-old - the twins are too young, but the 2-year-old, he misses his mommy. He saw her on TV one night and says, ‘Mommy.’ He misses her.”

Aside from the help they have received from the police, the Spurlock family has taken to social media to spread the word as far as possible in hopes of someone coming forward with information that would lead them to her safe return.

In another interview, Ellen told more about her daughter. “It’s not like Savannah to disappear like this. She’s is a very responsible young lady and always checks in with me.”

She finished by issuing a plea to the public: “If you see anything, hear anything, whether it be small or something you may think is insignificant, call and report it. It may be news that would help us find her. I truly believe she wants to be home with her babies.”

If you have any information that would be beneficial to this case, you are urged to contact the Richmond police at 859-624-4776.

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