New details revealed about the night a mom of newborn twins went mysteriously missing

The mother-of-four went missing on January 4 after leaving a local bar in Lexington, Kentucky, a month after she gave birth to twins. Now, the police know where she was taken after she left the place where she was last seen.

23-year-old Savannah Spurlock was reportedly taken to a rural home some 40 miles away from “The Other Bar” according to the Richmond Police Department that gathered that she left from there with two men.

The authorities obtained a surveillance video that captured Spurlock walking in the parking lot with the two aforementioned men. The police questioned both men, but no charges were filed.

A third man is said to have followed Spurlock and the two other men in a separate vehicle. The police are yet to share what did they learn from the men they interviewed, and they haven’t released any information on Spurlock’s whereabouts.

The mother of the missing woman said she FaceTimed with her daughter around 3 a.m., and while she confirmed that Spurlock was riding in a car with some men, she couldn’t have a good look at them.

She was wearing a black sleeveless top and a maroon skirt with heels the last time she was seen. The Richmond Police Department is requesting anybody with information of Savannah’s possible location to call them at 859-624-4776 to or write to detective@richmond.ky.us

"We are devastated. She has four young kids that need their mother. Whatever you know, you need to come forward now. I’m begging you to do this as a human being," Savannah’s mother Ellen told Fox News.

"Savannah was very responsible and reliable. She rarely partied. She stayed home all the time. I can’t remember the last time she was out with friends. She was a wonderful person. She loved her kids. She’d do anything for anybody.”

-Ellen Spurlock, Fox News, February 4, 2019.

"I do not believe Savannah left this home on her own. She had no car, no money, no phone, and no coat. Where would she go? I don’t believe that for a second,” Ellen added.

The investigation determined that Savannah’s cellphone was turned off the morning after her disappearance, at 8:30 a.m.

Savannah is 5 feet tall, has shoulder-length brown and blond hair and multiple tattoos. “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me,” reads one on the right side on her torso. “I’m her daughter,” reads the one on her back.

She was wearing a black sleeveless top and a maroon skirt with heels the last time she was seen. The Richmond Police Department is requesting anybody with information of Savannah’s possible location to call them at 859-624-4776 to or write to detective@richmond.ky.us

On February 5, a month and a day after she went missing, Savannah turned 23, as the search for her continues in Garrard County. “I know we are going to find her. We are not giving up,” Ellen told WKYT.

Another case involving a missing woman has caught the attention of the media for months. 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth from Colorado has not been seen since Thanksgiving Day.

While her body has not been found, the police believe Berreth to be dead, and her fiancée Patrick Frazee, who shares a 1-year-old child with her, has been arrested under murder charges.

In a recent development on the case, a 32-year-old nurse named Krystal Lee is being investigated for her apparent role in disposing of a cellphone that belonged to Berreth, which would constitute tampering with physical evidence.

Lee, from Twin Falls, Idaho, will appear in court in Teller County, Colorado, on February 8, and she is expected to plead guilty to at least one charge, according to ABC News.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Woodland Park Police Department at 719-687-9262 or Kelsey@city-Woodlandpark.org.

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