A Kentucky mother of four missing for more than a month was taken to a home of one of the three men with whom she was seen leaving a bar, police said.
Investigators have been able to confirm Savannah Spurlock, 22, traveled about 40 miles to a home in a rural part of Garrard County after leaving the Other Bar in Lexington on Jan. 4, Richmond Police Lt. Col. Rodney Richardson told Fox News Sunday.
Spurlock was brought to the house by three men she had met at the bar, Richardson said.
“They did not know Savannah prior to meeting her at the bar,” he said.
Surveillance footage showed Spurlock leaving the bar with three men. She rode in the backseat of a vehicle with two of the men, while the third followed them in a separate vehicle, Fox News reported.
Both vehicles have undergone forensic testing, but authorities do not plan to release their findings.
One of the men with whom Spurlock was last seen told police she left the home “later that morning,” but did not specify how she left. Police said they have been unable to confirm his account. Spurlock’s phone, which has not been located, was turned off about 8:30 a.m. that morning.
Spurlock gave birth to twins in December, and has two sons, ages 4 and 2.
“We are devastated,” her mother, Ellen Spurlock, told Fox News. “She has four young kids that need their mother. Whatever you know, you need to come forward now. I’m begging you to do this as a human being.”
Spurlock is 5 feet tall, weighs 140 pounds and has brown eyes, shoulder-length brownish blond hair and multiple tattoos, including a rose on her left shoulder. Her tattoos also include “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me” on the right side of her midsection and “I’m her daughter” on her back. She was last seen wearing a black sleeveless top, a maroon skirt and high heels.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-624-4776 or email@example.com.