Kayleah Wilson news: 2nd girl goes missing just 50 miles from where Colorado girl vanished
Just 50 miles from where Colorado girl, Kayleah Wilson disappeared, a 2nd girl has now gone missing.
Kayleah, 12, vanished Mar. 28 on her way to a friend’s birthday party in Greeley. Local authorities in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation continue to search for her and follow up on hundreds of leads. The FBI is also offering anyone with information that will lead to her safe return a reward of $10,000.
On Sunday, 15-year-old Avalon Gysel was reported missing from her Cheyenne, Wyoming home, however, police believe she may be a runaway. Greeley and Cheyenne are about 50 miles apart, and authorities have not stated whether the two cases are linked in any way.
Cheyenne Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Rob Dafoe said “There is nothing suspicious except she [Avalon] is reported as a runaway.”
Authorities have hinted that Kayleah may have disappeared on her own accord as well, saying they believe she may be afraid to come forward due to all the attention her case has garnered.
Jim Davis, FBI special agent in charge, said “We believe that there is still information out there, that there are people that know something and won’t come forward with it for some reason.”
Kayleah is about 5-foot-1 and 145 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen at about 3:40 p.m. on March 28 near the 2800 block of 28th Avenue in Greeley, wearing a white and pink shirt over a white tank top, blue jeans, and white and red shoes.
Anyone with information regarding Kayleah should call the Greeley police at 970-350-9600 or 800-CALL-FBI (800-225-5324) or e-mail FindKayleah@GreeleyPD.com.
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