Missing Colorado Woman’s Family to Launch Massive September Search
Authorities have shared little information about 49-year-old Chaffee County woman Suzanne Morphew since she disappeared on May 10.
So little, in fact, that her own family is growing frustrated with the investigation.
Morphew's older brother Andrew Moorman told Dateline NBC that he "can't stand the lack of information anymore," stating that he plans to launch his own search for his sister.
Denver7 reports that Moorman is recruiting a team from his hometown of Alexandria, Indiana to begin searching Colorado on September 23.
He is calling on anyone and everyone to join them in the search, especially those who are experienced in navigating diverse terrain.
Moorman also addressed his brother-in-law Barry Morphew earlier this month in an interview with Fox News, telling him: "If you're not guilty, step up to the plate."
According to the station, Moorman and Morphew have not spoken since shortly after Suzanne went missing.
Morphew gave his first interview about Suzanne to FOX21 in late August, telling the organization that her disappearance is "the most devastating this that has ever happened" to him.
The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office last gave an update on the case on August 11. If you have any information about this case, please call the designated tip line at (719) 312-7530.