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Missing Woodland Park mother requested time off work

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WOODLAND PARK, Colo. - Woodland Park Police say the disappearance of a 29-year-old mother is being treated as a missing person case with no suspects, but the mother in question requested time off work after going missing.

The update came during a press conference Monday in Woodland Park. The Colorado Bureau of Investigations introduced the conference with the goal of getting Kelsey Berreth's case out in the public.

Berreth was last seen in a Woodland Park grocery store on Nov. 22.

Monday, Woodland Park Police Chief Miles De Young said Berreth sent a message to her employer saying she wouldn't be coming in the following week. De Young didn't specify what date that message was sent but said it was after she "went missing."

Berreth's fiancé, Patrick Frazee, said he hadn't heard from her since Nov. 25, but last saw her when he took their daughter on the 22nd. Their daughter is still with Patrick, police said.

De Young said Frazee was invited to the news conference but didn't attend. He's being cooperative with the investigation and wasn't named as a suspect, with De Young only saying "Frazee is the father of their child."

The chief added that police hadn't searched Frazee's house -- the two didn't live together -- and said it was "something to look into." He also confirmed that Berreth's phone was last pinged on Nov. 25 in Idaho.

De Young said that he didn't have any record of a domestic violence history between the two and concluded by saying there's no threat to the public.

Berreth's mother, Cheryl, said Kelsey isn't "the kind that just runs off."

"She loves her God, she loves her family and friends and she loves her job," Cheryl said. "She doesn't run off, and someone knows where she's at."

Cheryl said the family is using a Facebook page to collect tips and information.

"We just want you to come home," Cheryl said, fighting back tears. "Call us if you can, and we won't quit looking."

If you have any information about her whereabouts, you're asked to get in contact with the Woodland Park Police Department at (719) 687-9262.

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The missing 29-year-old woman from Woodland Park had a cell phone that was last pinged in southern Idaho almost two weeks ago.

Kelsey Berreth was last seen in a Woodland Park Safeway grocery store on Nov. 22, but her family hadn't heard from her after that. Berreth's mother called police for a welfare check on Nov. 25, but she wasn't there. Berreth was officially reported missing shortly after that.

A news conference is scheduled for Monday, at 2:00 p.m. at the Woodland Park City Council Chambers.

Little is known about Berreth's disappearance; according to a family member's post on Facebook, the only thing that was taken from Berreth's home was her purse.

Woodland Park police told East Idaho News that Berreth's phone was last pinged by a cell tower near Gooding, Idaho, which is a rural town about 100 miles southeast of Boise. Law enforcement in Idaho got the notification that she may be in the state, but it's not clear how they're assisting the investigation.

If you have any information about her whereabouts, you're asked to get in contact with the Woodland Park Police Department at (719) 687-9262.

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The Woodland Park Police Department needs the public's help finding a missing 29-year-old woman. 

Authorities say Kelsey Berreth was last seen in at the Safeway in Woodland Park on November 22, 2018.

Berreth's mom called police on Nov. 25, that's when police conducted a welfare check at her residence and realized she was gone. 

In a Facebook post, her brother Clint Berreth, says the only thing that was gone was her purse. He says he doesn't think she was leaving town because her suitcases, cars and makeup were still at the residence, all untouched. 

Berreth is described as a white female with brown hair and is approximately 5'3'' and 110 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white shirt, gray sweater, blue pants, white shoes and carrying a brown purse.

If you have any information about her whereabouts, you're asked to get in contact with the Woodland Park Police Department at (719) 687-9262.


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