Suzanne Morphew’s remains are FOUND three-and-a-half years after she vanished on bike ride


The discovery of Suzanne Morphew’s remains more than three years after the Colorado woman went missing on Mother’s Day is raising new questions about what happened and whether her husband remains a suspect since murder charges brought against him were dropped.


Barry Morphew reasserted his innocence in a statement issued through his attorneys Thursday.

They said he and the couple’s two grown daughters had held out hope Suzanne Morphew would return alive.

He previously filed a $15 million lawsuit against county officials, accusing them of violating his constitutional rights.

Authorities are not answering questions about how last week’s discovery of the remains impacts the case, saying only that the investigation continues.

What happened to Suzanne Morphew?

Morphew, originally from Alexandria, Indiana, was 49 when she was reported missing by a neighbor near the small city of Salida, Colorado, on May 10, 2020 — Mother’s Day.

Her disappearance launched searches of the mountainous area by local and state authorities, aided by the FBI.

Dive teams searched waterways and more than 400 people were interviewed in multiple states as investigators sought clues.

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Suzanne Morphew’s brother said months later that the family was organizing its own search.

How was the body found?

The discovery is by accident.

State investigators working on an unrelated case discovered the remains Sept. 22 in the Moffat area — about 40 miles (65 kilometers) south of where Suzanne Morphew was reported missing in the vicinity of her home.

Her bones were located in a remote field of sagebrush and grasses, Saguache County Coroner Tom Perrin told the Denver Gazette.

It appeared the remains had been buried in a shallow grave before being scattered, he said.

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