Text sent from missing mom’s phone days after she vanishedDecember 11, 2018
A text message was sent from the phone of a missing Colorado mother days after she was last seen grocery shopping on Thanksgiving, police said Monday.
Doss Aviation, a Colorado Springs flight school, got a text from one of its instructors, Kelsey Berreth, on Nov. 25 telling the school she was taking the next week off, Woodland Park Police told reporters.
But the mom of one hadn’t been seen by family and friends for days at the time of the text. She was last spotted on surveillance footage shopping in a Safeway on Nov. 22.
“After she went missing, she took time off,” Police Chief Miles De Young told reporters.
Berreth’s fiance, Patrick Frazee, last saw her on Thanksgiving Day when he picked up their daughter, 1-year-old Kaylee, who is still in his custody, police said.
When cops searched her home, her car and purse were still there, as were some cold cinnamon rolls.
Frazee also received a text from his fiancee’s phone Nov. 25, De Young said. Berreth’s phone last pinged on Nov. 25 in Idaho, where her mother lives.
Berreth’s mother, Cheryl, said her daughter isn’t “the kind that just runs off.”
“This is completely out of character,” she told reporters. “Kelsey loves her dog, she loves her family and friends and she loves her job.
“She’s reliable, considerate and honest. She doesn’t run off and somebody knows where she is.”
In a tearful plea, she asked her daughter to “call us if you can” and said, “We won’t quit looking.”
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