The search for missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew has been aided by a private dive team, who have a YouTube channel with 18 million viewers.
Suzanne, 49, has not been seen since Mother's Day, May 10, when she set out for a bike ride near her home in Maysville. Her bicycle was later discovered abandoned on a rural track a short distance from her property.
Posting footage from their search online Sunday Adventures with Purpose said that they 'kept their search a secret' because 'there may have been a risk to our team being in the area'.
Footage shows as they make their way through waters between Salida and Denver; they are not thought to have found any evidence to help in the search.
Diver Jared Leisek had told Fox21: 'We first start with sonar in a lot of these locations, scan it, side scan down, scan 360. And if we identify something, then we suit up and then we get in the water and then we investigate even further to identify guesses 100 per cent.'
He added: 'We do have 18 million viewers a month and a lot of them are law enforcement. And we have a lot of law enforcement that has reached out. "Hey, if you need a lead liaison, if you want to come to our state, our town, our community, we welcome you".'
The search for missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew has been aided by a private dive team, who have a YouTube channel with 18 million viewers
Suzanne, 49, has not been seen since Mother's Day, May 10, when she set out for a bike ride near her home in Maysville. Her bicycle was later discovered abandoned on a rural track a short distance from her property. She is pictured with her husband Barry and two daughters
At the time of Suzanne's disappearance, her husband Barry was 150 miles away, staying in Denver and gearing up for a landscaping job
Adventures with Purpose last week helped locate the body of man who had been missing in Iowa since 2013.
In the latest video, Leisek teamed up with another amateur investigator, known only as Kurt. In the footage they leave their search for Suzanne amid fears they are being tracked.
They later consult with a psychic on the case.
At the time of Suzanne's disappearance, her husband Barry was 150 miles away, staying in Denver and gearing up for a landscaping job. Last month, a co-worker exclusively told DailyMail.com that Barry's hotel room stank of bleach and was littered with wet towels.
Barry - who has offered a $100,000 reward for Suzanne's safe return - previously theorized that his wife may have been taken by a wild animal. He now says he believes she was abducted.
In August DailyMail.com exclusively reported that scent of human remains was discovered on a plot of land owned by Suzanne's husband, Barry Morphew
Photos showed FBI and CSI investigators working on a plot of land in Salida's Longhorn Ranch district - a vacant site with several lots, one of which is owned by Barry
Leisek added: 'One of the things that people keep coming back to is Barry, you know, he was very wet. He had the hotel room. There are three ponds that are near that. We’re also dealing with the mine shaft, also dealing with some of the hunting grounds.'
Suzanne's brother, Andy Moorman, arrived in Maysville to conduct his own searches for his sister. Andy has blasted Barry for his behavior following Suzanne's mysterious vanishing, implicating him in her