- Kimberlee Graves, 41, went missing in early December, a concerned friend called police for a welfare check on December 8th
- Police went to the home and left when one answered the door, but the friend entered the home two days later and found it ransacked
- Detectives found Graves’ SUV in an abandoned parking garage on December 13
- Graves is mother-of-two and a certified massage therapist, police are asking for help in locating her
A mother of two from Colorado has vanished. Police discovered her home was ransacked and her car was abandoned in a parking garage.
Police in Fort Collins are asking for the public’s assistance with any information about Kimberlee Graves, 41, who has been missing since early December.
Authorities say Graves was last seen at her home the night of December 4. A few days later, on the 8th, a friend was unable to get a hold of her and requested a welfare check.
Kimberlee Graves (pictured with her children) has been missing since early December
Graves was last seen on December 4th, her friend called police for a welfare check on the 8th
Graves’ concerned friend entered the home two days after the welfare check and called police again to say the place had been ransacked
When police arrived to her home on Akin Avenue, no one answered and her car was gone.
Two days later, her friend, who was still concerned, entered her home and called the cops to say Graves’ place had been ransacked.
Detectives working on her disappearance say they found her red Rav4 SUV abandoned in a parking garage on College Avenue and Mulberry Street on December 13.
Police say that Graves, whose Facebook profile says she is a certified massage therapist, has disappeared under suspicious circumstances.
They say as of yet there is no evidence of injury, but are asking for the public’s help in locating the mom who vanished more than two weeks ago.
Anyone with information should call Fort Collins Police at 970-416-2825 or email email@example.com.