TWIN FALLS, Idaho – Police in Twin Falls, Idaho have been working with Colorado and federal authorities in their investigation into the disappearance of Woodland Park mom Kelsey Berreth, Twin Falls police said in a statement.
“Detectives from the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office and Twin Falls Police Department worked with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) and the FBI to prepare and serve several search warrants as well as processing some items of evidence with the assistance of Twin Falls County and Twin Falls City Evidence Technicians,” the statement read.
Details as to what type of evidence was collected and the locations of the search warrants in Idaho were not released in Saturday’s statement from the Twin Falls Police Department.
Berreth, 29, has been missing since Thanksgiving. She was spotted on surveillance video with their 1-year-old daughter at a Safeway in Woodland Park that day and her cell phone pinged about 800 miles away in Idaho on Nov. 25. Authorities no longer believe she is alive.
Berreth’s fiancé, Patrick Frazee, was arrested Friday morning at his home in Teller County. He is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder and a solicitation of first-degree murder. The solicitation charge could indicate the possibility of others’ involvement in Berreth’s disappearance.