Crime Barry Morphew Speaks Out After Charges Were Dropped in Wife Suzanne's Death: 'Want Her to Be Found' "We just know our dad better than anyone else and we know he was not involved in our mom's disappearance," Mallory Morphew told ABC News in an exclusive interview that aired Friday on GMA By KC Baker Published on May 6, 2022 04:17 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Barry Morphew. Photo: Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette via AP Now that murder charges in connection to his missing wife, Suzanne Morphew, have been dropped, Barry Morphew and his daughters are speaking out for the first time, demanding that authorities do their best to find her. "We've been silent for a long time and we've decided that we finally want to break the silence," Barry and Suzanne's daughter Mallory Morphew said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that aired Friday on Good Morning America. "I just hope that Linda [the assistant district attorney] will step up to the plate and do everything she can to find our mom," she said, ABC News reports, "because what they've done is not fair and we're never going to stop looking for our mom." Sitting in between daughters Mallory and Macy during the interview, Barry, 53, added, "I just love my girls and I love my wife and I just want her to be found." Suzanne Morphew Had 'Concerns About Her Safety' Before Husband Allegedly Killed Her: Sister Nearly two years ago, on May 10, 2020 — Mother's Day — Suzanne, 49, was believed to have gone on a bike ride while her daughters and husband were away, authorities said. Then, she vanished. Though her bike and helmet were located, authorities found no trace of Suzanne, who remains missing. A year later, in May 2021, Barry was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with Suzanne's disappearance. Suzanne Morphew. Chaffee County Sheriff's Office The investigation into what happened to her showed that Suzanne had been having an affair with an old high school classmate and was texting him the day before she vanished, prosecutors said. They also located surveillance footage showing Barry on what he described as a work trip, getting rid of plastic bags at various trash bins and receptacles. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Sign up forPEOPLE's free True Crime newsletter for breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases. But then, in April, just before Barry's trial was set to begin, Assistant District Attorney Linda Stanley dropped the charges without prejudice, which means he can still be charged at a later date. Prosecutors said in a court filing that since investigators are close to finding Suzanne's body, proving that she is, in fact, dead "is the most influential fact of consequence," ABC7 New York reported. Husband of Missing Mom Suzanne Morphew Said Police Botched Case, Are Trying to 'Blame It on Me' "Weather has complicated efforts" to find her body because the area where authorities believe her body is located is covered by several feet of snow, the court filings said. Evidence found on Suzanne's body could likely determine Barry's guilt or innocence, prosecutors said. "Without the victim's body, the people cannot move forward at this time in good faith," prosecutors wrote in the filing. Since he was arrested and charged, Barry has maintained his innocence — and has been backed up by his daughters, who have steadfastly remained by his side. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Sign up forPEOPLE's free True Crime newsletter for breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases. "We just know our dad better than anyone else and we know he was not involved in our mom's disappearance," Mallory said. "It's been such an emotional rollercoaster and just traumatizing," said Macy. Unhappy about the way Barry's case was handled, attorney Iris Eytan said she is planning on filing a complaint against the prosecutor's office, ABC News reports. "Prosecutors need to be held responsible and they need to pay for the damage they've caused to Barry, which is, frankly, nearly irreparable at this point, because it's hard for anybody to believe that Barry is not who they claim he was," Eytan said. Eytan added: "If you want to honor Suzanne, and you want to honor the daughters, go find Suzanne."