Lilly Ingalsbe missing – Family of missing Westminster girl says ‘We just want to offer the biggest thanks to all who helped us in a time of need.’
COLORADO, US State – The Westminster Police Department in Colorado earlier declared an 11-year-old missing. The juvenile whose identity was given as Lilly Ingalsbe was last seen going to the park at Countryside on the afternoon of Tuesday, November 16th, 2021. She was reported missing by her family who were worried and concerned about her safety and wellbeing.
According to the report reaching us, the police in Westminster launched an extensive search for Lilly. They used K-9, drones, in the open field search in areas around where she was last seen. The police also carried out door-to-door searches for her around the residents where she was seen last.
Lilly Ingalsbe description:
- Age – 11
- Sex – Female
- Hair – Brown
- Eyes – Brown
- Height – 5’2″ feet
- Weight – 111 pounds
Amber Alert Westminster, Colorado:
A child abduction alert was issued by the Jefferson County Child Abduction Response Team to help find her. The police also appealed to the public to join in the search by sharing and keeping an eye out for her in the area. They urge anyone who has information to contact them.
However, the Amber Alert which was issued at about 10:30 am on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 has now been canceled.
Some of the criteria for Amber Alert includes that the child who was abducted must be between the ages of 17 – 0 years, the child must be in immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death, there must also be enough descriptive information available to believe a broadcast will assist or aid in the recovery of the child.
Lilly Ingalsbe found:
A press release by the WPD says that Lilly has now been found safe and well. Her neighbor, Bruce Wilson said, “This is the best news we’ve heard all day and that’s ultimately the outcome we wanted, it is a sigh of relief because we were definitely hoping for the best and this is the best outcome we could have.”
The circumstances that surrounded her disappearance were not given. the police thanked all who helped shared.
The family of the missing juvenile was excited at the news of her being found. They said in a statement “We are so grateful to have Lilly home and safe. We would request privacy. It is very comforting to know that families like ours are supported by a close-knit community and overwhelming response from the Westminster Police Department along with all the other first responder agencies who step up to help. We just want to offer the biggest thanks to all who helped us in a time of need.”