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The husband Barry Morphew of Missing Colorado mother’s Suzanne Morphew has given his first interview since she disappeared more than three months ago.
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Speaking to Fox news on Thursday, Barry Morphew insisted that he had nothing to do with Suzanne’s mysterious disappearance before attacking the police to screw up the investigation.
“This is the most devastating thing that has ever happened to me,” said Barry in a telephone conversation that was not intended to be recorded.
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Suzanne, 49, has not been seen since a solo bike ride from the couple’s Maysville home on May 10, Mother’s Day. On the day of his disappearance, Barry was reportedly 150 miles away in Denver taking a training course for his volunteer firefighter job.
Suzanne was reported missing late in the day after her two adult daughters Mallory and Macy returned from a camping trip and failed to contact them.
A week after Suzanne went missing, Barry posted a video announcing a $ 100,000 award for his wife’s safe return. Then he fell silent and spent the next three months avoiding the media.
But now Barry says he decided to speak up after rumors that he didn’t work with investigators.
“I’m not hiding anything. I gave three to thirty hours of testimony to the FBI and the CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigation). I answered all of the questions. Any question, ”he said.
In addition to his work as a volunteer firefighter, Barry is also a landscaper who was working on a construction site 12 miles from the family home at the time of Suzanne’s disappearance.
The FBI conducted a search of the property, but found no evidence of the missing mother’s whereabouts.
In his interview with Fox 21, Barry admitted that he disagreed with a story he told investigators about a bobcat that he used for landscaping.
“It was just because I didn’t know when I was doing something, a mechanical thing, on my bobcat,” he said.
“I was confused and just found out that my wife was missing and I was a little crazy when they asked me these questions, but I did my best and answered everything.” . I never turned down an interview.
Barry claims the local Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office initially mixed up the investigation
Barry claims the local Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office initially mixed up the investigation and is now trying to cover their tracks.
“The sheriff’s department screwed it up from the start and now they’re trying to cover it up and blame me,” he said.
Investigators found Suzanne’s bike on a trail soon after she went missing, and Barry claims they didn’t properly document the find.
“My friend was there right after that and he said they had completely destroyed the evidence and he tried to stop it, but they didn’t listen to him and say, ‘It’s not a CSI.’ . ”
“There’s no evidence for investigators to see because the sheriff’s department completely erased it. ”
In the meantime, the troubled father admits he is concerned about his public image and that some people believe he played a role in Suzanne’s disappearance.
“I’m scared of what’s out there,” he said. “People don’t know the truth, so they will think what they think.
Despite the fact that it has been more than three months, Barry says he has still not given up hope that his wife will be found safe and sound.
“Suzanne and I have been in love since 1988 and she is the love of my life. And I look for her every day and will do so until I find her. I promise and I promised my daughters.
He told Fox news that his strong sense of faith helps him hold on.
“Suzanne trusted the Lord and if a person were saved from it she would think it was worth it. And we’re just a pious, loving, caring family and this thing is just a tragedy.
Suzanne’s disappearance sparked an extensive search
Suzanne’s disappearance sparked an extensive search that included chase dogs, water rescue teams, and tactical mountain rescuers. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the FBI were also called.
On May 21, the FBI began a three day search of the construction site where Barry was working in Salida.
The site is approximately 12 miles from Suzanne and Barry’s home in the nearby town of Maysville. A resident on the same street claimed to have been woken up by a loud noise the night before Suzanne disappeared.
Despite a thorough search, the investigators found no evidence of Suzanne’s search.