RAYNHAM, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — On Tuesday, the Raynham Police Department issued a missing person advisory on a 16-year-old girl that hasn't been seen since October 18, asking for the public's assistance in locating her.
There has been no contact with Colleen Weaver after she left her home on Tuesday, October 18 between 1 and 4 a.m. Officials say Weaver is believed to be in danger, as investigation indicates the teenager may have traveled to a handful of locations up to a hundred-mile distance from her home. These areas include:
- Springfield and Provincetown in Massachusetts.
- Hartford and Bristol in Connecticut.
- Wells, Maine.
- Concord, Manchester, Keene, and Portsmouth in New Hampshire.
- Brattleboro, Vermont.
In a statement to WBZ-TV, Weaver's mother said she believes her daughter "met someone online and was lured away from home."
"Colleen is described as 5-feet-tall, weighing approximately 120 pounds, with red/pink hair. It is believed that she was wearing black glasses and possibly a sweatshirt and leggings," the Raynham Police Department said in its statement.
“When a child goes missing it is every parent’s worst nightmare. We are using every resource at our disposal to help locate Colleen Weaver and bring her home safely. If anyone believes they may have seen her, we asked that you call us without delay," Raynham Police Chief James Donovan said.