12 year old Kayleah Wilson has been missing since Sunday, March 28, 2010 in Greely, CO. She was last seen when she left her home Sunday afternoon to go to her friend’s birthday party when she disappeared. Kayleah Wilson never arrived at the party.
Kayleah Wilson Missing
Kayleah Wilson left her Greeley home Sunday afternoon to go to her friend’s birthday party. Kayleah did not show up to the pick-up location and hasn’t been seen since.
“We don’t know what could have happened. We’ve talked to her friends at school and we’ve been sending out fliers. Nobody’s seen her,” her mother April Wilson told the Greeley Tribune.
Greeley authorities have not said at this point that the 12-year-old girl has been abducted.
“At this point there has been no information or evidence developed to indicate she would run away. There is also no evidence of foul play,” Greeley police spokesman Sgt. Joe Tymkowych told the Greeley Tribune.
The middle school student is 5-foot-1, weighs 145 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. Authorities say Kayleah has asthma and was believed to be carrying an inhaler. She doesn’t have a cell phone.
If any one has any information regarding the whereabouts of Kayleah Wilson, please contact police at (970) 350-9600.
The police spokesperson said while more than 20 officers and investigators, as well as FBI agents, are looking for Kayleah, this search doesn’t qualify for an AMBER Alert through the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
“The criteria is pretty specific: needs to be a child that has been abducted and is in immediate danger of serious bodily injury or death. We can’t prove or even point to any of that at this time,” said Sgt. Joe Tymkowich, spokesperson for Greeley police. “At this point all we know is she’s disappeared.”