RICHMOND, Ky. (LEX 18) – Saturday marks 100 days since a Richmond mother of four disappeared. Police have executed search warrants and have searched caverns, but no one has found Savannah Spurlock.
Savannah was last seen on surveillance video leaving a Lexington bar on January 4. Police say the 22-year-old went to a home in Garrard County with the two men seen on video with her, as well as a third man.
Savannah’s mother Ellen Spurlock has said that she Facetimed with her daughter after she left the bar. She assured her mother she would be home in the morning.
Police say they questioned those men, but they all insist they had nothing to do with Spurlock’s disappearance.
The family says they struggle daily to process Savannah’s disappearance.
“Waking up to day 99 after another one of the countless nights of sleep filled with nightmares and delusions. Desperately looking out the window thinking the answer is there; thinking a reporter is standing in the room; dreams filled with terrible things. We continue to cling to God and pray that today will be the day,” reads a post on the Missing Savannah Facebook page.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for the first tip that leads investigators to Savannah. That reward is being offered until May 15. If you have any information, please call the Richmond Police Department.