Six months later, still no sign of missing Richmond mother

Savannah Spurlock has been missing since Jan. 4
Posted at 5:45 AM, Jul 04, 2019

RICHMOND, Ky. (LEX 18) — It's been six months since a Richmond mother of four went missing. Her family is still searching for answers.

Surveillance footage captured Savannah Spurlock leaving a Lexington bar with two men in the early morning hours of January 4. Another man was with them. Investigators say Spurlock went with the men to a Garrard County residence. Police and volunteers have searched the area in Garrard County. Detectives continue to speak with all three men, but they have not been named suspects.

Meanwhile, Spurlock's family is still hoping someone will come forward with information that will lead them to her.

"6 Months ago on Jan. 4, Savannah went missing. Her last known location is a home in Garrard Co. KY. We continue to fight to be her voice, for truth, and for justice. We feel strongly that the people last seen with Savannah know the truth," reads a post on the Missing Savannah Facebook page.

Tip boxes have been placed in Garrard County for anyone wanting to leave information. The boxes can be found at the following locations:

Price Court

Fall Lick Road (on S. Flatwoods Road sign)

US 27 North (Shun Pike Intersection)

US 27 South (on Interstate Homes sign)

Please contact the Richmond Police Department with any information on Spurlock’s disappearance. Call 859-624-4776 or email