Savannah Spurlock, a 22-year old mother of four, disappeared with no trace on the morning of January 4, 2019, and to date, police have made no arrests.
Savannah spoke to her mother via video around three that morning, and video surveillance captured her leaving a bar with two men. Police questioned the men, but neither man was arrested in connection to Savannah’s disappearance.
Savannah’s family has used every avenue they can in an attempt to find her, including social media. Facebook posts have received some unwelcomed criticisms and comments after they shared the surveillance video.
Friends and family are regularly posting updates and pleas for information. Sabrina Speratos, self-identified as Savannah’s best friend, writes the “police are working hard to solve the case and find her.”
Savannah’s mom Ellen wants her daughter home with Savannah’s four kids. The children are currently placed with family members, and everyone is missing Savannah immensely.
In an interview with Inside Edition Ellen said, “She was in a car with a gentleman driving and at least two other people in the back because they were hollering at me. She [Savannah] proceeded to tell me she was fine. She was in Lexington with some friends who I did not recognize, and she promised me she would [be] home later that morning.”
In a plea to any involved parties, Ellen closed with, “Please, I am begging you, please, please, let her go.”
If you have information about the disappearance or whereabouts of Savannah Spurlock, please contact Richmond Police Department via phone at 859-624-4776 or email at [email protected] Join us as we pray for a resolution to this case and the safe return of Savannah, as well as for her family and friends during this time.