Apr 3, 2010 12:06 PM by Associated Press

Police, FBI seek help finding Colorado girl

Authorities diverted traffic near the Greeley Mall to parking lots and asked drivers if they had seen
anything unusual the day that a 12-year-old girl vanished.

FBI agents and Greeley police diverted traffic until about 5 p.m. Friday and say they may do so again in the next couple of days as they search for Kayleah Wilson. She was last seen Sunday afternoon while going to a friend's birthday party with only the clothes on her back and an asthma inhaler. Authorities say she never arrived at the party.

The special agent in charge of the Denver FBI office, James Davis, says 50 FBI agents and 25 Greeley police officers are searching for Wilson. Davis says there is "no higher priority" for the Denver FBI office than finding Wilson.


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