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Suzanne Morphew’s family say they are ‘in the dark’ as mystery grows around woman’s disappearance on Mother’s Day

'IN THE DARK'

SUZANNE Morphew’s family say they are "in the dark" as mystery grows around woman's disappearance on Mother's Day.

Police are desperately trying to figure out what may have happened after Morphew, 49, reportedly went missing on a bike ride – but have given even the family very little information on the investigation.

"We are as much in the dark as anyone else, because they don’t want information getting out there that might hurt the case. It’s hard to wait and watch and wonder what’s happening,” a family member told CrimeOnline.

Colorado police yesterday finished a three-day investigation at a home in Salida where Suzanne's husband was reportedly hired to do construction work.

Morphew's family told CrimeOnline said as that part of the investigation wrapped up, they have still been given very little information on police investigations related to her disappearance more than two weeks ago.

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