Amber Alerts and missing children cases: Kayleah Wilson still missing
It’s been three weeks since Kayleah Wilson disappeared on the way to a birthday party in Greeley, Colorado on March 28, 2010. Search parties and volunteers have combed rivers, ponds, ditches, and conducted door to door searches, yet the clues are slim and the search has slowed.
Over the weekend, rain hindered another search for Kayleah and the search ended at 2:30 p.m., as rain continued to fall. The search has even gone to social media networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Anyone who has tips or information regarding Kayleah’s whereabouts or the events surrounding her disappearance is urged to report the tip.
According to the Greeley Police Department http://greeleygov.com/Police/default.aspx there is nothing to indicate that Kayleah Wilson ran away, while at the same time there is no evidence that indicates she was abducted or that foul play was involved. Police are relying on the public’s help to locate Kayleah and the FBI has offered a $20,000 reward.
As each day passes, however, many fear that Kayleah is being prevented from returning home voluntarily. Many have gathered on Facebook to offer prayers for Kayleah Wilson’s safe return. You may join the group here:
Kayleah Wilson was last seen wearing a white and pink shirt over a white tank top and blue jeans with white and red shoes. She stands 5’1” and weighs 145 pounds. Her hair and eyes are brown and her complexion is medium. She was born on June 25, 1997. Please report tips to the Greeley Police Department or the Federal Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-225-5324.