The Woodland Park Police Department needs the public's help finding a woman who has been missing since Thanksgiving Day.
According to 6abc reports,Kelsey Berreth was last seen in a Woodland Park Safeway grocery store on November 22, but her family hadn't heard from her after that. Berreth's mother called police for a welfare check on November 25, but she wasn't there.
Berreth was officially reported missing shortly after that.
Three days later, Berreth’s mother called police.
Officers who were sent to conduct a welfare check in her home did not find her, according to EastIdahoNews.com.
Thousands are following a Facebook page that regularly posts pictures and updates on her case.
Police in Woodland Park said that Berreth’s phone pinged near Gooding, Idaho sometime on November 25.
'It could just be a false ping, or it could be the actual last location for the activity of that phone,' Woodland Park police Commander Chris Adams told KEPR-TV.
Berreth's brother, Clint, says that his sister is a flight instructor.
'We really have no idea, we don’t have any more information on it,' Clint, a resident of Tacoma, Washington, told Q13 News.
'She's a flight instructor ... never done anything like this.'
If you have any information on Berreth’s whereabouts, contact the Woodland Park Police Department at (719)-687-9262.