DEC 11, 2018 Police say 'no leads' in Idaho in case of missing Colorado woman whose phone was pinged to Gooding Despite the fact that a missing Colorado woman’s cell phone was pinged to near Gooding, Idaho, police report that there are no leads in the state right now. The Idaho State Police said they are not actively involved in the investigation but have promulgated missing person reports about Kelsey Berreth, 29, who disappeared from her home in Woodland Park, Colorado, on Thanksgiving Day in the hopes that she will be found. De Young additionally stated that search warrants had been executed on Berreth’s home and both vehicles, and the case was currently being treated as a missing persons case, adding that Woodland Park Police has not identified anyone as a suspect. Both Berreth’s cars are still in Colorado, and members of Berreth’s family reported on Facebook that after the search of her home, it did not appear as though she had packed anything. The only thing missing from the home was her purse. Doss Aviation also reported that all their airplanes are accounted for, and De Young said there is no indication that she took off in a plane.