Police: Missing 10-year-old girl found ‘safe’ and ‘unharmed’

UPDATE: Moline police say Chloe "has been located" and is being reunited with family.

She is safe and unharmed.  Police say no criminal activity is involved.

Police say a relative picked the child up around 6 p.m. without communicating with family.


Update: Police are organizing a search party and are asking for anyone willing to volunteer to report to the Panda Express parking lot (3714 39th Ave Drive).


MOLINE, Illinois -- Police in Moline are asking for the community's assistance in finding a 10-year-old girl who has been reported missing.

Chloe Hoss was last seen in the Cloverleaf Trailer Park Tuesday evening, June 18, but did not return home.  The Moline Police Department posted an alert about her disappearance around 9:30 p.m.   The Cloverleaf Trailer Park is located in the 3300 block of 45th Avenue A.

Police say Chloe was wearing an orange tank top, blue jean shorts and white sandals.

Several law enforcement agencies were on scene at the trailer park searching for Chloe.  Moline Police Detective Michael Griffin said she was last seen around 5 p.m.  The trailer park is located near a movie theater and a shopping plaza where Walmart is located.

If you know where Chloe is at or have any information regarding here whereabouts, you're asked to call police at 309-797-0401.

 

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