Police have a new lead in the mysterious disappearance of a Kentucky woman who was last seen over three weeks ago leaving a bar with two men. 22-year-old Savannah Spurlock, “mother of four, who gave birth to twins last month, was captured on surveillance video leaving the ‘Other Bar’ in Lexington with two men on Jan. 4,” police said.
Investigators questioned a total of three men in connection with Savannah's disappearance, including the two men caught on CCTV. No one has been charged yet. But that may all change soon.
"A search warrant was carried out a home in Garrard County by Richmond police," WLEX-TV reported. "The home was allegedly owned by the parents of one of the men last seen with the 22-year-old, and police reportedly seized a vehicle at the address."
Savannah Spurlock has brown eyes and brown hair, but she often dyes it blonde. She is five-feet tall, weighs 140 pounds, and has a number of distinctive tattoos.
“A tattoo on her left shoulder reads, ‘I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me’ and a tattoo on her back says ‘I’m her daughter.’ She also has piercings above her lip and on her ears.”
Ellen Spurlock, Savannah’s mother, describes her oldest daughter as “outgoing, kind-hearted and responsible.
“It’s not like Savannah to disappear like this,” she said. “She is a very responsible young lady and always checks in with me.”
The family has reached out to the public to ask for help in locating Savannah and are begging members of the public to report anything - no matter how seemingly insignificant it might be. They are convicted that it is the key to finding their missing loved one. Anyone with information is being asked to call the tip line at 859-624-4776.
“Last week, as the search for Savannah neared its third week, her aunt Lisa Thoma released a video thanking those who have prayed for Spurlock and helped search for her.
“We wanted to say thank you to all who have been praying so fervently for Savannah’s safety, that she would return safely to her babies, to her family, to her mother and father,” Thoma said in a video posted to Facebook. “We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for those who helped search, for those who do all they can.”
Please join us in praying for Savannah and her family - and especially for those four little ones who are undoubtedly missing their momma so very much.