A new video shows Barry Morphew begging for the safe return of his wife Suzanne, who disappeared in Chaffee County on Mother's Day (May 10).

Released Sunday (May 17) on the Find Suzanne Morphew Facebook page, the video features Barry expressing his love for his wife, while implying that someone may have kidnapped her.

"Oh Suzanne, if anyone is out there...that has you, please, we'll do whatever it takes to bring you back," he said in the video. "No questions asked, however much they want, I will do whatever it takes to get you back. Honey, I love you."

He and a family friend are offering up a $200,000 reward for her safe return.

A neighbor reported Suzanne as missing to the police on May 10 after she went for a bike ride that day and never returned.

According to CBS 4 Denver, Barry, a volunteer firefighter, was in Denver on the day of her disappearance.

Authorities, including the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office Dive Rescue Team, have been combing through multiple areas in the hopes of finding clues about Morphew's whereabouts, most recently searching near County Road 225 and Highway 50.

The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office Dive Rescue Team searches nearby bodies of water for clues about Suzanne Morphew. Courtesy of The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators have found her bicycle and an unidentified personal item, although it is not clear if this item is the bicycle.

The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office is asking residents to save any surveillance videos they have from May 8-12, in case investigators need to view them later.

In the meantime, anyone with any information on this case can call the designated FBI tip line at (719)-312-7530.

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