After three months of silence, a missing Colorado woman's family is finally speaking out about her disappearance.

49-year-old Chaffee County resident Suzanne Morphew went missing on Mother's Day (May 10) after she went for a bike ride and never returned.

Authorities immediately launched a search, while Suzanne's husband, Barry Morphew, and a family friend offered up a $200,000 reward for her safe return.

Three months later, officials have revealed little to the public about the case. Save for a video message from Barry in May, family members have mostly kept mum.

Until now.

An unidentified family member of Suzanne's recently spoke to Fox21, telling the station that they fear Barry is manipulating the investigation.

According to the family member, Barry has refused to take multiple polygraph tests and given conflicting information to investigators regarding his truck.

Friends of Suzanne's have also spoken out about her disappearance, calling it "a shock" and describing her to Fox21 as a sweet and fun person.

The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office gave an update on the case on Tuesday (August 11), revealing that the department has been passing out more missing person flyers to residents.

If you have any information about this case, please call the designated tip line at (719)-312-7530.

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