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Quoted: What Josh and Steve Powell have said about Susan’s disappearance


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Q. So you got confused on what day it was?

"Yeah."

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Editor’s note: The following is part of a collection of information available at The Salt Lake Tribune’s newly created “Where is Susan?” page: www.sltrib.com/findsusan.

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Susan Powell was 28 years old when she disappeared from her home at 6254 W. Sarah Circle, West Valley City, Utah, 84128. She is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, 130 lbs., with long, brown hair and blue eyes. If you have information related to her disappearance, contact West Valley City police at 801-840-4000. If you have information that should be considered for inclusion on the “Where is Susan?” page or a tip that might help answer what happened to her, email it to “findsusantips@sltrib.com.” If verified, information may be added to this page at the discretion of The Salt Lake Tribune.

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Q. Had Susan ever left before? Do you have any idea where she could be?

"No. She’ll leave during the day, but she’s never left overnight."

Q. Does she have enemies that you can think of?

"I can’t think of anyone."

Q. Is there anything you want to say to address that [the likelihood that police would consider him a person of interest]?

"I didn’t do anything. I don’t know where she’s at. I don’t even know where to start looking."

Q. What have you told the boys about their mom?

"I haven’t told them anything. I mean, they’ve overheard stuff, but I haven’t. By the time it all started, I was already, you know, it was already late and I went to bed."


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Q. Did Susan stay home because she wasn’t feeling well?

"She wasn’t not feeling well. She was feeling well. She just went to bed."

Q. At 5 o’clock?

"No, she went to bed that night.

Q. And what time did you go camping would you say?

"You know, I got out to a pretty late start.

Q. 9ish?

"No, it was later."

"Basically, I’m just trying to figure out what I can do and both try to find her and take care of life in general."

Q. Where did you guys camp?

"We went down South to the, to some trails down there. We actually just went down to the Pony Express Trail."

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