Missing 11-year-old Westminster girl Lilly Ingalsbe has been found safe, authorities said Wednesday afternoon.
A tip provided by a citizen led authorities to find Lilly in unincorporated Jefferson County, according to the Westminster Police Department.
Police said Lilly is safe and with law enforcement.
No additional details about the incident were available.
Police first got the call that the girl was missing at 5:26 p.m. Tuesday from Lilly’s mother. She reported her daughter left their house at 107th and Newcombe streets at about 3:30 p.m. to go to Country Side Park, a short walk away.
Police say that on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, officers searched the neighborhood and requested any available video, and the area’s lakes and parks were searched. They also used drones and FLIR thermal cameras to check the community and left fliers at all open businesses.
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A Code Red notification about Ingalsbe was sent out to the area, asking residents to look for Ingalsbe. Authorities said that she does not have a cellphone, but she has a tablet that is turned off. Officers began a door-to-door search of the neighborhood Wednesday morning.
An Amber Alert was issued over Lily’s disappearance Wednesday morning.