Kimberlee Graves, 41, has been missing since the beginning of December.
(Fort Collins police)
The police in Colorado were looking for a mother of two, who suspiciously disappeared from her home earlier this month.
Kimberlee Graves, 41, of Fort Collins, was last seen at her home in the beginning of December. When a friend requested that the police perform a welfare check of a few weeks ago, the officials no one was at home, and Graves’ car gone, Denver’s Fox 31 reported.
Or the children were supposed to be Digging was unclear.
The car was later found in a parking garage.
A few days later, the same concerned friend found the Graves’ house ransacked, police said.
Fort Collins police said that the suspicious circumstances of how Graves’ gone concern, but the police found no evidence that suggests Graves were damaged.
“There is no evidence that would indicate injury to Kimberlee, but due to the nature of suspicious circumstances, we ask the community to find her,” said Kate Kimble, public relations manager at Fort Collins police, according to KUSA-TV.
Daniel Cordova, a friend of Graves’, said she was worried about her. “I’m just really scared. I am curious to know what happened to my friend,” Cordova told Fox 31. “I heard about it when the detectives came to ask me – when is the last time I saw her, I know that the people who go there, ask questions, that’s all.”
The friend added that she was afraid of the Graves have gotten themselves in trouble, that would explain her sudden disappearance.
“Too kindly. People in her house all the time. She had a nice 2015 [Toyota] RAV4 and she would just let it ride. Next thing I know it was sideswiped, the window was broken. I see someone entered bad words to her door,” Cordova said. “I went down on her about trusting people too much — and now look.”