FBI find human remains thought to be missing mother-of-four Savannah Spurlock at home she went back to with three men she met in a bar just days after she had given birth to twins
- Savannah Spurlock, 23, was last seen on January 4 leaving a bar in Lexington
- She was with three men who took her to an address 40 miles away in Garrard Co.
- Police said remains were found at home believed to be her last known location
- Officers confirmed the home belonged to the parents of one of the three men
Savannah Spurlock was last seen on January 4 leaving a bar in Lexington with three men she had just met before going back to their home in a rural area of Garrard County
The FBI has found human remains in a search of a rural home in Kentucky, believed to be the last known location of missing mother-of-four Savannah Spurlock.
Spurlock, 23, was last seen on January 4 leaving a bar in Lexington with three men she had just met before accompanying them to a home in rural Garrard County.
Kentucky State Police said a tip on Wednesday evening led them back to the address and human remains were discovered, they told LEX18 the home belonged to the parents of one of the three men last seen with Spurlock.
Police and FBI teams were seen searching an area to the rear of the property on Fall Lick and Perkins Lane, with a large evidence box being removed.
Spurlock was last seen on CCTV leaving The Other Bar in Lexington with three men who police have refused to publicly identify.
Police said the remains were discovered at an address belonging to the parents of one of the three men she was seen leaving the bar with in January
The property on Fall Lick and Perkins Lane in Garrard County, believed to be the last known location of Spurlock
Spurlock, a mother of four, was last seen on surveillance video on January 4 after she left The Other Bar in Lexington with the three men who police have refused to publicly identify
She was wearing a dress and carrying a light-colored purse in the surveillance footage.
Spurlock had just given birth to twins several days earlier. She also has a four-year-old son, Noah, and a two-year-old son, Jace.
Police do not believe that Spurlock knew the men prior to meeting them that night.
She traveled to the home, located some 40 miles from the bar, in the back of a car with two of the men, while another vehicle driven by the third man followed behind.
All three of the men were identified and questioned by police. Investigators confirmed they had forensically searched both of the vehicles but refused to release the findings of the searches.
One of the men claimed that Spurlock left the home ‘later that morning’ but investigators have not been able to confirm that report.
Spurlock’s family have spoken out publicly several times saying they believe the three men are not telling authorities everything they know and they must know where she is.
The property in Garrard County has been subject to several searches since Spurlock’s last known location was traced there.
Last month police said they were making major headway in the case and they now await the results of an autopsy to confirm whether the remains found last night belong to Spurlock.