Boulder, Colorado Teen Missing, Authorities Ask for Assistance

Boulder, Colorado Teen Missing, Authorities Ask for Assistance


Authorities in Boulder, Colorado are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a missing 14-year-old girl named Chloe Campbell. Campbell was last seen on September 30, 2022, attending a football game at Boulder High. When last seen, she was wearing a purple shirt, a black hoodie, and a pair of blue jeans. 

According to Campbell’s family, the teen is roughly 5’6”; weighs around 120 pounds; and has sandy blonde hair, blue eyes, and light skin. Friends and family have reported scattered sightings of the teen, both in Boulder and from out of state, leading to confusion regarding her whereabouts.

Missing Teen Alarms Family

Chloe’s disappearance doesn’t meet the criteria for an Amber Alert, according to Boulder Police, but her family is still worried about her well-being. “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,” Boulder Police stated in a recent press release, “but family and police have been unable to confirm if these messages are, in fact, from Chloe or true.”

Her family fears that she might be with an adult male, or, worse, that she might now be – or become – the victim of trafficking or abuse. She is likely without access to any money or her medications, leading to a serious threat to her overall well-being.

Family Allegedly Receives Anonymous Image

The Campbell family told reporters that they received a photo of Chloe last week from an anonymous source that reportedly shows her looking “injured and unwell,” according to her father. This is what sparked the family’s fears that Chloe was kidnapped and is being held against her will instead of simply running away from home. 

Now, her parents are pleading with the public for any news regarding their daughter’s whereabouts. “Chloe, honey, we love you so much. You are not in trouble,” her mother said in a recent news broadcast. “If you can come home, please do; and if you can’t, we will not stop until we find you.”

Reaching Out

If you know anything about this case, you are strongly encouraged to reach out to the Boulder Police Department. You can contact Boulder dispatch at 303-441-3333. If you wish to make an anonymous tip, call 1-800-THE-LOST and refer to case No. 146-2673. Any information that could lead to Chloe’s safe return could make all the difference in such a critical situation, as Chloe’s well-being could be in serious jeopardy.