TELLER COUNTY, Colo. - Just over 24 hours after law enforcement arrested Patrick Frazee for the murder of his fiancee Kelsey Berreth, his 35-acre ranch seemed to sit empty.
On Saturday morning, the gate along Wildhorn Drive in Florissant, Colorado had two new chains keeping it locked.
In the last week, police have cut the chains keeping the gate closed, twice. The first was to execute a search warrant on his property, and the second to arrest him on Friday for 1st Degree Murder.
Chief Miles De Young of the Woodland Park Police Department said at a press conference, "we arrested Patrick Frazee on charges of murder for first-degree murder of Kelsey Berreth."
Fresh snow showed tire tracks leading up to the gate but never going in.
In Woodland Park, there is no sign of police outside Kelsey Berreth's townhome.
That's a stark difference from just two days prior. FBI evidence teams were seen late Thursday night going in and out her townhome with brown evidence bags lined with red tape.
On Friday morning De Young revealed they found something that makes them believe Berreth is dead.
"Investigators have recovered a number of items that make us suspicious that the crime did occur at Kelsey's residence," he said.
In the same press conference, De Young told media, surrounding communities could expect their search for Berreth's body to continue.
He said, "you will be seeing a great deal of law enforcement activity in our community in the coming days and even weeks as we seek justice for Kelsey and her family."
Berreth's cell phone was last pinged in Gooding, Idaho, hundreds of miles from her home. Police said recovering it will play a big part in finding out what happened to Kelsey Berreth and possibly finding her body.