Colorado police are asking for help finding a 14-year-old girl who hasn’t been seen for more than a week.
Chloe Campbell, last seen at a high school football game in Boulder on September 30, is believed to be a runaway but also may be in danger, Boulder Police said Saturday.
“Investigators have received some information from friends who appear to have been in contact with Chloe, and there have been a few reported sightings of her in and around the Boulder area,” police said. “Friends have received messages that they believe could be from Chloe saying she is safe with a ‘family’ in Arizona and does not want to return home, but family and police have been unable to confirm if these messages are, in fact, from Chloe or true.”
With no corroboration that the girl has been abducted, the case doesn’t meet the criteria for an Amber Alert police said. Investigators are becoming “increasingly concerned about the teen’s safety,” however, because she doesn’t have access to money or her medications and may be with an unknown man.
Campbell’s family has put up numerous posters around Boulder and want her know “they just want her home safe and that she is not in trouble.”
The teen’s mother, Jessica Knape Romo, posted on Facebook on Friday that the family had hired a private investigator to help find her daughter and that the family had set up a website to provide accurate information about the disappearance. That website can be found at findctb.org.
Campbell is about 5 feet 6 inches tall and 120 pounds, with blue eyes and blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie, a purple top, and blue jeans.
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[Featured image: Chloe Campbell/findctb.org]