13-year-old Texas girl goes missing in Colorado Springs during family trip

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A Texas teen that was vacationing in Colorado Springs with her family went missing Friday and has not been seen since.

Adalie Rivera, 13, of Lubbock, Texas, went missing in the early hours of Friday, March 17, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department.

The family was staying at the Quality Inn Colorado Springs Airport hotel on Aerotech Drive. 

Rivera is 5-feet-tall, weighs between 115 to 120 pounds and has brown eyes. Police said she has brown hair but recently added peroxide to lighten its color and maroon highlights.

The girl also has a number of light coffee-colored birthmarks on her arms, legs, back and neck.

She was last seen wearing a short sleeve navy blue t-shirt, medium blue denim jeans and red, black and white size 5 Nike sneakers. She was also wearing a neon yellow bracelet on her right wrist, according to police.

She left with no money and has no friends in the Pikes Peak region. 

If you see the girl, you are asked to call the Colorado Springs Police Department at (719) 444-7000.


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