(LEX 18)– The grandmother of a missing Richmond woman is pleading for answers.
The investigation into Savannah Spurlock’s disappearance has spanned from Lexington to rural Garrard and Lincoln Counties. There have been multiple searches for the mother of four, who was last seen on January 4 leaving a Lexington bar with three men. The three have been questioned and they deny having anything to do with her disappearance.
Police say that she was last seen at a home in Garrard County, where her cell phone was last traced and went out of service at 8:30 a.m.
Crews have searched lakes, ponds, farms, homes, and caves, without any luck.
Her family is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who can lead police to her, but so far, there has been silence.
“It’s just too much, now it has been a little over three and a half months, it just breaks my heart,” said Carol Thoma, Spurlock’s grandmother.
Thoma broke her silence on the Missing Savannah Facebook page that has nearly 32,000 followers.
“I love her so much. I’ll never stop loving her. If I could give her just one more hug, one more kiss. I just want to hug and kiss her,” said her grandmother.
The reward will be offered until May 15. If you have any information that could help in this investigation, please call Richmond Police.