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Boulder police call off search for missing 15-year-old girl

Posted at 7:58 PM, Jul 03, 2019

Update on July 3 at 9:22 p.m.: Boulder Police have called off the search for the missing girl, but did not provide any details as to why.

BOULDER, Colo. – The Boulder Police Department is urging residents to remain vigilant after a 15-year-old girl in need of immediate medical attention went missing Wednesday afternoon.

Police responded to the area of Brandon Creek Drive and Twin Lakes Road at around 3:40 p.m. for a medical call, but prior to them arriving, officers say 15-year-old Tianna Hope Torrie “walked away from her residence and has not been seen since.”

The girl, described as being white and approximately 5-foot-1-inch in height, weighs about 105 pounds. She has purple shoulder length hair and was last seen wearing a blue top and black pants.

Search and rescue dogs and other City of Boulder resources, including police department drones, have been deployed to find the girl, officials said in a news release.

Speaking to Denver7, Boulder Police say Torre got into an argument with her dad over fireworks before taking Ritalin and leaving her home.

If you know of her whereabouts, you are asked to call the Boulder Police Department at (303) 441-333.