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Chloe Campbell FOUND SAFE: Missing Colorado girl, 14, located at residential address in Thornton

Boulder police are probing where Chloe Campbell was when she had gone missing
UPDATED OCT 11, 2022
Chloe Campbell has been found alive at a home in Thornton, Colorado (Campbell's family)
Chloe Campbell has been found alive at a home in Thornton, Colorado (Campbell's family)

BOULDER, COLORADO: Chloe Campbell, a 14-year-old girl who had gone missing 10 days ago from a school event has been found alive at a home in Thornton, Colorado. Boulder police are reportedly probing where Chloe Campbell was when she had gone missing. Police chief Marie Herold announced on Monday, October 10, that she was found at a residential address around 5 pm.

Herold said the teen will be medically examined and be referred to social service support resources, reported New York Post. On September 30, Chloe went missing after being spotted at a Boulder High School football game. A witness said she was last seen looking "intoxicated" on Boulder Creek Trail. Chloe was reportedly last seen with two "sketchy older men". Her father, David Campbell, she may have been targeted by traffickers. Despite her parents reporting her missing that night, police reportedly urged people to come forward with information. Boulder police have been blasted for saying she may have run away, although there was nothing to indicate that was the case.


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"We have been in close contact with the Boulder Police Department, as they have been investigating a missing BVSD student from Boulder High School who failed to come home after last Friday's Boulder High vs. Fairview football game (on September 30)," Boulder High School had sid at the time. "While they have classified the case as a runaway, they are now indicating that the student may be in danger, which is why we are reaching out to share the information with our community."

After Chloe's disappearance, her parents said they received a photo by one of their daughters' friends from an anonymous Snapchat account. The photo proved she was alive but her parents believed she looked "injured and unwell". Her case allegedly did not meet the criteria for issuing an Amber alert. Chloe's parents have now said they are "relieved" police are "inally taking this case seriously". They said she had multiple underlying physical and mental health conditions, and that she has been unable to take her medication for them.

After her disappearance, Boulder Police confirmed that no one had spoken to Chole since September 30. "'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," they said. "However, no one in her family has spoken with Chloe since September 30. 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."

They added, "This case presently does not meet the criteria for the issuance of an Amber Alert, but investigators are growing increasingly concerned about the teen's safety as it is believed that she has no access to money or her medication. She may be with an adult male. Chloe's loved ones have posted fliers around town, and police are hoping that amplifying this message will help in reuniting the child with her family. Chloe's family wants Chloe to know that they just want her home safe and that she is not in trouble."