GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – Searchers looking for a missing mother of three have found some of her personal items along a two-mile stretch of U.S. 50.
Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey would not describe the items Sunday.
Paige Birgfeld, 34, was last seen June 28 and was reported missing two days later.
The personal items were about 10 miles from where her burned car was found on the highway July 1, a few miles from her home in Grand Junction.
About 10 sheriff's deputies and 40 volunteers from the Abbey and Jennifer Recovery Foundation looked for signs of Birgfeld on Sunday, sheriff's department spokeswoman Heather Gierhart said.
"We don't have any idea at the moment about where Paige is at," Hilkey said.
Birgfeld is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing 110 pounds. She has sandy hair and hazel eyes and last was seen wearing a blue strapless top with flowers and blue denim shorts. She also goes by Paige Dixon and Paige Beigler, authorities said.
Anyone with information was asked to call the Mesa County Sheriff's Department at 970-244-3500.