FLORISSANT, Colo. (CBS4) – Saturday morning, investigators in Florissant who have been looking for a missing mother for nearly two weeks updated the case. Heavy digging equipment was spotted at the home of Patrick Frazee, the fiance of Kelsey Berreth.
Kelsey was last seen on Thanksgiving on surveillance video from a Safeway store in Woodland Park with the couple’s young daughter. She then dropped the girl off with her father, and was never seen again.
Frazee says she texted him on Nov. 25, the same day she also texted her employer, Doss Aviation where she’s a flight instructor.
Woodland Park police announced on Saturday there is a $25,000 reward “for information that leads to the location or safe return of Kelsey Berreth.”
Officials say officers have been in touch with the Teller County Department of Human Services regarding the couple’s daughter. The girl is currently being cared for by Frazee. Department officials say they don’t have evidence that the baby’s safety is at risk.
Investigators started searching Frazee’s home on Friday. They continued that search on Saturday. Authorities say the search could last three days. They also say they consider her disappearance “suspicious.”
Kelsey, 29, was last seen was on Thanksgiving Day. She was reported missing Dec. 2. Frazee was the last known person to see Kelsey, according to the Woodland Park Police Chief. Frazee’s attorney has said he has been cooperating with the investigation.
You’re asked to call Woodland Park Police if you see Kelsey at 719-687-9262.