Possible evidence found in Twin Falls during search for missing Colorado mother

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Published: Dec. 22, 2018 at 6:46 PM MST
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On Saturday, the Twin Falls Police Department issued a statement, saying they have been working with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to prepare and serve several search warrants, including processing items of possible evidence.

The Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office and the Twin Falls Police Department is helping with the investigation of missing Colorado woman Kelsey Berreth who went missing on Thanksgiving Day from Woodland Park, Colorado.

Sheriff Tom Carter and Police Chief Craig Kingsbury said in a statement together, "We are pleased our organizations were able to provide the assistance and support requested by the FBI, CBI and the Woodland Park Police Department."

Twin Falls Police declined to comment on what evidence may have been found, including reported claims that a cell phone was pinged in Gooding.

But, in a Friday morning press conference, Woodland Park Police Chief Miles De Young confirmed the phone did ping in Idaho, and they were working to recover it.