WESTMINSTER, Colorado (KDVR) – The search has intensified for 11-year-old Lilly Ingalsbe, who disappeared Tuesday afternoon.
The Jefferson County Child Abduction Response Team was activated Wednesday morning to help search for Lilly.
Lilly told her mother around 3:30 p.m. that she would Countryside Park and has not been seen since, according to the Westminster Police Department.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued a threatened missing alarm due to the time that has passed since Lilly was reported missing and the weather overnight.
The WPD said they do not currently have the specific criteria for issuing an Amber Alert, but are working with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Here are the Amber Alert criteria:
- The abducted child must be 17 years or younger,
- The abducted child must be in immediate danger of serious bodily injury or death
- There must be enough descriptive information available to believe that a broadcast will help or assist with recovery
The WPD said it would begin a door-to-door search in the neighborhood where Lilly was last seen. Police are asking for patience from the community. They said they could expect a large police presence while the search continues for Lilly.
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