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Chloe Campbell has been missing since Friday, Sept. 30. She was last seen at the Boulder High football game. 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.
Chloe Campbell is 14 years old.
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The search for missing teenager, Chloe Campbell in Colorado intensified after her parents received a “disturbing” photo of their teen daughter from an anonymous sender.
Chloe Campbell, who was last seen at a football game at Boulder High School on Sept. 30, has been missing without any communication with friends and family since then.
Chloe’s parents, Jessica Knape and David Campbell told CBS news that they had received no update on their daughter for nine days but were suddenly sent an ominous picture from an anonymous source.
“She looked injured and unwell,” Chloe’s father told the news channel describing the photo.
Witnesses said Chloe was spotted on the Boulder Creek Trail after the game with two adult men and appeared intoxicated.
“Eyewitnesses described her as being with two men. Older men and too old to be in high school. One of them was Asian, and the other had a beard,” said Chloe’s father, David.
The parents fear their daughter may have been held against her will and could be in danger. Investigators said they received information from her friends, who got messages from Chloe saying she was safe with a “family” in Arizona and did not want to return home. The parents said none of those accounts belonged to Chloe.
Police have not yet been able to verify the authenticity of the messages.
The police said 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”.
The police also said they had no additional information to share and sought help from the public in locating the teen.
The parents, who have been distributing fillers and banners, urged her to return home and vowed not to give up the search.
“Chloe, honey… we love you so much. You are not in trouble,” her mother was quoted by CBS as saying. “If you can come home, please do, and if you can’t, we will not stop until we find you.”