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WOODLAND PARK, Colo. — Woodland Park police have released surveillance video of a missing Colorado mom inside a store just before she went missing on Thanksgiving Day.

The video shows 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth entering the Safeway store in Woodland Park with her child on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22. She is seen putting her child into the shopping cart at 12:27 p.m.

It’s currently the last visual confirmation police have of Berreth.

Berreth’s fiancé, Patrick Frazee, told police he saw Berreth later in the afternoon when he picked up their daughter, but investigators won’t release details on where that exchange took place.

Police have canvassed neighborhoods and conducted multiple interviews, but they are no closer to finding Berreth.

Berreth’s unexplained disappearance doesn’t sit well with locals of the small mountain town northwest of Colorado Springs.

“I wonder what could have possibly happened to her. I mean, this is a pretty safe community,” resident Melissa Cothran said.

Berreth is a flight instructor at Doss Aviation in Pueblo.

On Nov. 25, three days after she disappeared, police said a text was sent from her phone to Doss Aviation stating she would not be going into work for the week.

Doss Aviation declined to elaborate on the text, but said, “We extend our support to the family of Ms. Berreth and hope for her immediate safe return.”

Police said there’s no indication she got on a plane.

Berreth’s fiancé was not at the press briefing on Monday. He is involved in equine care in Florissant.

FOX31 stopped by his house looking to talk to him on Tuesday, but the gate across the driveway was locked. Police say the couple’s 1-year-old daughter is currently with Frazee.

Berreth’s family says her disappearance is completely out of character, and they are desperate to get her back.

The FBI confirmed Tuesday that it is offering investigative assistance to local and state agencies in whatever capacity needed.

Anyone with information on Berreth’s whereabouts are urged to call the Tip Line: 719-687-9262 or email