Police Search for Colo. Mom Who Vanished Under 'Suspicious Circumstances' With Ransacked Home

Kimberlee Graves was reported missing on Dec. 8 and has not been seen since Dec. 4

Kimberlee Graves
Photo: City of Fort Collins

Police in Fort Collins, Colorado, are seeking the public’s help in finding a 41-year-old woman who has not been seen since Dec. 4.

A statement from Fort Collins Police says Kimberlee Graves was reported missing on Dec. 8 by a friend who had not heard from her for days.

Officers tried to contact Graves at her home, but nobody answered the door. According to police, Graves’ car was also gone from her driveway.

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The police statement says that on Dec. 10, Graves’ friend entered her home out found it had been completely ransacked.

Then, on Dec. 13, police recovered Graves’ Toyota Rav4, which had been abandoned in a nearby parking garage.

“While detectives have not found evidence of injury, the suspicious circumstances have caused concern for her safety,” the statement reads.

According to multiple news reports, Graves is a mother.

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If anyone has any information about Graves’ whereabouts, they are asked to call the Fort Collins Police Department at (970) 416-2825.

Tips can also be emailed to tipsline@fcgov.com.

People may also contact Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at (970) 221-6868 or at StopCriminals.org.

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