Brother of Suzanne Morphew pleads for brother-in-law to’measure up to the plate’ and operate with police

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EXCLUSIVE: Three weeks following Suzanne Morphew, 49, didn’t return from a solo bicycle ride, household members are speaking out in a bid to revive the hunt for their lost loved ones, bring her home and find some closure.

“My sister was the sweetest man ever and anybody could have been pleased to be friends or acquaintances with her…” Suzanne’s brother Andy Moorman tells Fox News. “And she’s two daughters without replies at the moment. My dad at 87 has cancer and requires replies. And I am not planning to give up. I am coming back there to seem.”

Following months of silence, Suzanne’s husband, Barry Morphew, stated in a recent interview with KXRM-TV he considers his wife might have been assaulted by a mountain lion and drove her motorcycle across the edge of a mountain. Moorman, who moved into the place in which his sister’s bike was discovered that the day after her disappearance, says he’s convinced this isn’t the situation.

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“An creature didn’t assault her since there was no blood evidence without any paths on the floor, no odor from a creature,” he states. “I stood there and looked and I understood that nobody wrapped across the side of the hill. There could have been indications of a battle or you’d happen to be gearing up”

Moorman and his brother in-law both hunted the place where Suzanne’s bicycle was discovered for any symptoms of a hint.

“I said to Barry’Hey, I do not believe she dropped off the mountain on such bike or rode on the border.’ I said,’I feel a person being hauled down this here. ”’

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Discussing accusations which Barry Morphew could be included in Suzanne’s disappearance, Moorman admits he was amazed to listen to Barry refused to have a polygraph examination when requested by law enforcement, but is determined that everybody is innocent until proven guilty and worries that his principal concern is finding his own sister and allowing the police sort out the remainder.

Moorman says he’s been connected with his Barry Morphew or his nieces since soon after his husband’s disappearance, also speeches Barry straight in the meeting:

“Please, Barry, if you were able to see this, I’d love it if you’d take some opportunity to reevaluate the police and discuss everything once more… Require a voice investigation on a lie detector and clean yourself,” pleads Moorman. “Put my mind at ease and everyone out there is head at ease if you would like to close down the rumors. That is how you do it. You want to locate your wife. That needs to be your sole aim is to locate your spouse and everything you are asked to do with the government is exactly what you need to. If you aren’t guilty, measure up to the plate”

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Moorman doesn’t have a lot of trust that his sister is still living, but is determined to find her one way or another.  He’ll sponsor a candlelight vigil Saturday night in Alexandria, Ind., in the expectation it will restart the research campaign. While he’s doubtful that Suzanne’s husband and brothers will attend, he also considers the remainder of the Morphew household will be there as a show of support.

Anyone with information is encouraged to phone the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s tip line at (719) 312-7530.

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