Cops revealed to RadarOnline.com exclusively they're "worried" and "concerned" for missing Kentucky mom, Savannah Spurlock, after disclosing they believe she was alive in a rural home 40 miles from where she disappeared.
But that was the last time authorities know she was alive.
Spurlock, whose 23rd birthday was Feb. 5, was last seen on video footage leaving The Other Bar in Lexington, KY on Jan. 4 with three men.
Lt. Col. Rodney Richardson gave Radar the exclusive update in the case, saying the FBI and the Kentucky State Bureau of Investigation are involved in the case.
“We’re pretty confident that she made it to an undisclosed residence in Garrard county. We can’t account for her whereabouts since then,” he said.
The Cajun Coast Search and Rescue crew are searching areas near the home that Richardson said was the last place they believe the mother of four, including infant twins, was seen alive.
“We know when she left the bar, she ended up in a residence in Garrard county,” Richardson explained, but said they had not found her phone or any other evidence of her in their investigation. Her purse was found in her vehicle in Lexington, but Richardson told Radar exclusively the cross-body bag she was wearing in the surveillance video had not been found.
“We know her last location,” he told Radar and said that while tips had been coming in, there were no physical sightings of Spurlock. “We’ve haven’t had anybody who has seen her.”
Richardson confirmed the three men on the video with Spurlock were interviewed by police but he was tight lipped about their conversations with police and would not reveal details including if the men took polygraph tests.
“We know who the men are, and they know we know who they are and that’s good enough for us right now,” he told Radar.
He confirmed Spurlock did not know the men, telling Radar: “There’s nothing to indicate that she did.”
Richardson asked for the public’s help, especially residents of Garrad County.
“We know her last location. Someone might have seen something that they didn’t think was important but may be important to us.”
Anyone with information about Spurlock is asked to please contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-624-4776 or email information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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