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$10,000 reward offered for information on missing Colorado girl

Greeley Tribune staff reports
Jim Rydbom/jrydbom@greeleytribune.comMembers of the Union Colony Fire/Rescue Authorities search the bottom of a small pond near Highway 34 and 35th Avenue behind the Home Depot for the missing 12 year-old Kayleah Wilson on Monday. The search continues in remote areas for the girl who has been missing for 9 days.

Although they’ve received more than 300 tips and been to 1,000 homes, officials said this afternoon they believe someone out there knows more about the disappearance of Kayleah Wilson.

For that reason, a reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information that leads to her return.

The number of law enforcement officials on the case at this time has reached close to 100, with Greeley Police, the FBI, and the Weld County Sheriff’s Office involved.

In addition, Greeley Police Chief Jerry Garner made a plea to the missing girl in case she is afraid to return.

“We want you to get back safe,” Garner said. “You’re not in trouble. You’re the person we’re trying to help.”

The 12-year-old girl disappeared the afternoon of March 28 on her way to a birthday party. Persons with information are asked to call 350-9600.

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