Thirty-two days ago, 29-year-old Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth was reported missing.

As Dearly previously reported, Berreth was last seen on Thanksgiving Day when she met up with her fiancé, Patrick Frazee, to exchange their 1-year-old baby girl.

Surveillance footage captured the mom and their child at a local market in the hours leading up to the exchange:

On November 25, 2018, Berreth’s mother contacted the police to request a welfare check for her daughter, but when police arrived at her home, she was nowhere to be found.

Authorities say they pinged Berreth’s cellphone to Idaho, 700 miles away from her home. The flight school where she worked as a pilot also received text messages from Berreth’s number that same day letting them know that she wouldn’t be at work for the next week.

Woodland Park Police Department Cmdr. Chris Adams told ABC News:

“It makes us wonder what she’s doing up there, or what the phone is, potentially, because she may not be there.”

Police and her brother admitted that nothing inside her home revealed that she was preparing to leave for an extended amount of time. She was officially reported missing on December 2.

Please contact the Woodland Park Police Department with any information on where Kelsey might be.

Posted by Woodland Park Police Department on Saturday, December 8, 2018

Now it is believed that Frazee, 32, is responsible for Berreth’s disappearance and death.

According to reports, days after the mom was reported missing, authorities arrested Frazee on suspicion of murder.

On December 31, Frazee was charged with two counts of murder along and three counts of solicitation to commit murder.

According to People, prosecutors believe Frazee allegedly “solicited an individual three times — or three people on three separate occasions — as part of his plot to murder Berreth.”

The solicitations are believed to have occurred between September 1 and November 1.

Prosecutors also believe Frazee was involved in his fiancée’s death in one of two ways — “either Frazee carried out the crime on his own, or he and someone else allegedly tried to rob Berreth before she was killed.”

Teller County Jail

As People reports, although Berreth’s body has yet to be found, authorities “do not believe Kelsey is still alive.”

A motive has not yet been made public.

Despite not living together, Berreth and Frazee maintained a relationship up until her disappearance. However, some of her relatives have said that she reportedly called off their engagement weeks prior to her going missing.

The couple’s child is currently being cared for by Berreth’s family.

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