Woodland Park police release surveillance video of missing Kelsey Berreth from day of disappearance

Posted at 8:25 PM, Dec 11, 2018
and last updated 2019-02-20 14:57:57-05

WOODLAND PARK, Colo. – Police on Tuesday released surveillance video of 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth that was taken at the Safeway grocery store in Woodland Park on Nov. 22—the day she was last seen.

Police said at a news conference Monday that Berreth had last been seen at the Safeway with her year-old daughter and released the video of her at the store on Tuesday.


The young woman has not been seen since, though her cell phone pinged to a location near Gooding, Idaho on Nov. 25, police said – about 800 miles from Woodland Park. Police Chief Miles De Young also said Monday that a text message sent that same day from Berreth’s phone said she wouldn’t be at work the following week.

Police said detectives searched Berreth's home and both of her vehicles and have been unable to find any sign of her. Berreth’s brother told Good Morning America that she did not seem to have packed to go anywhere, since her makeup and suitcases were untouched at her home. 

Berreth’s mother, Cheryl Berreth, said Monday that her daughter’s disappearance was “completely out of character” and police said the case was a missing persons case as of Monday.

De Young also said Monday that Berreth’s fiancé, Patrick Frazee, had told officers he hadn’t heard from Berreth since Nov. 25 and had not seen her since Nov. 22 when they last exchanged their daughter.

ABC News attempted to speak with Frazee Tuesday outside an attorney’s office in Colorado Springs but he declined to talk.

Berreth was last seen in a white shirt, gray sweater, blue pants, brown purse and white shoes.

She is described as a white female standing 5 feet, three inches tall and weighing 110 pounds. She has brown hair and green eyes.

Anybody with information on her disappearance is encouraged to contact the Woodland Park Police Department at 719-687-9262 or email

Facebook page has been set up to help find her and Cheryl Berreth encouraged people to share the page.