It’s been 11 days since a mom with newborn twins and two other children was last seen by her family.
With each passing day, Savannah Spurlock’s children grow more worried about their mother as authorities search for Spurlock.
Surveillance video captured the 22-year-old walking out of a bar with two men on Friday, January 4, near the University of Kentucky campus, reports the Lexington Herald.
Richmond police found a black Chevy pick-up truck connected to the investigation and questioned three people without an arrest.
Savannah’s aunt Elaine Moore told the paper on the day she mysteriously vanished, the mother of four called her mom and aunt. She said:
“She talked to her mom at about 2:30 a.m. when she was leaving the bar and told her she would be home in a few hours.
That’s the last time she talked to her. She’s always been very good about letting her parents know if she’s staying out late, for them not to worry about her.”
Richmond police described the mother of four as being 5-feet tall and weighs about 140 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown hair that she colors blonde.
She also has several tattoos.
MISSING PERSONThe Richmond Police Department is searching for 22-yar old Savannah Spurlock. Savannah was last seen on…
Savannah’s mother, Ellen Spurlock, told WKYT, the disappearance has been the hardest on her oldest son.
“He saw her on TV one night and said ‘mommy.’ He misses her.”
“He doesn’t know what’s going on, but my fear is how long can that take place, you know? Mommy is not here for 11 days, each day is another day. How long can that take place?”
The family has shared updates on a Facebook page titled “Missing Savannah.”
In an emotional video message, Spurlock’s aunt, Lisa Thoma, thanked the community for their prayers and help.
Please share these thoughts from family. Thank you for your continued positive thoughts and prayers. Anyone with information, please call Richmond, KY police at 859-623-8911. LEX 18 WKYT ABC 36 The AWARE Foundation, Inc.
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If you know anything, authorities urge you to come forward and call the Richmond, Kentucky police department.
The family is having a difficult time but is leaning on one another and “leaning into God,” says Thoma.
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Tiffani is a writer for Dearly. She is from New York City. Prior to working for Dearly she covered fashion news and managed social media for various digital media outlets.