Missing Colorado Woman’s Home Sold Nearly 10 Months After Her Disappearance
Almost 10 months after her disappearance, the home of missing Colorado woman Suzanne Morphew has been sold.
Barry Morphew, Suzanne's husband, put the residence on the market in October, when it was listed on Zillow as a "stunning mountain home" for $1,759,000. According to Fox31, it sold for below asking price on Wednesday (March 3).
Prior to its selling, the house was subject to two law enforcement searches. Andrew Moorman, Suzanne's brother, also attempted to search the residence, but told the station that Barry stopped him.
Along with the family home, Fox31 reports that Barry sold a vacant plot of land in Salida, which he purchased in June of 2020 — around one month after his wife's disappearance.
In September, DailyMail.com reported that Barry obtained guardianship of Suzanne in order to sell a property in their Indiana hometown.
Suzanne went missing on May 10, 2020, after allegedly going for a bike ride and never coming back. Multiple largescale searches and rampant rumors have surrounded her disappearance since, but the Chaffee County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) has revealed little information about the case.
Suzanne's father, Gene Moorman, passed away in November of that year. His obituary stated that he was preceded in death by "missing and presumed dead, daughter, Suzanne Morphew."
If you have any information about this case, please call the designated tip line at (719) 312-7530.
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