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We do not know if this is in regards to Maggie or not, no official word has been given, nor has an Amber Alert been issued.
The Park County Sheriff's is activatly working a crime scene off of County 43 and as of this time there are no search parties being organized however if in the event one is needed in the near future the Park County Sheriff's office will ask for volunteers.q
12/2 12:46 p:
Thank you everyone for all your support this far, and the outpouring of help has been overwhelming.
Right now we are focused on Maggie’s communications from after school (approx 2:30pm) until 8pm. If you had any contact please reach out. If you have heard anything strange or seen anything out of the ordinary, it might be a significant detail. Please help us to fill in the gap.
Park county Sheriff substation number: (303)838-4441
Maggie is still missing, please share this poster, with thanks to Platte Canyon Colorado Grads for it, and keep an eye out for her.
PARK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A fire at a home near Bailey may be connected to the disappearance of a teenage girl, CBS4 has learned.
Park County Undersheriff Dave Wohlers said Saturday the house fire is being investigated as an arson.
The home at 3763 Park County Road 43 belongs to 54-year-old San Ca Long, according to online public records.
Undersheriff Wohlers confirmed investigators are considering the missing girl’s possible involvement in the fire.
However, he said, there are no suspects regarding the arson.
Wohlers also said there was no body found at the scene of the fire.
Dear Platte Canyon Families:
As you are most likely aware, our community is dealing with a situation of a missing student. Of course, we are all hoping for the best. As of this time, we have no further information to share.
Please be assured that starting tomorrow morning, we will have support resources available for students and staff.
There are also community resources available to families, staff, and students by calling the crisis hot line at 1-844-493-8255 or by using Text “TALK” to 38255 or by visiting the following website at coloradocrisisservices.org
I know this is a difficult time for everyone, but together we will get through this.
Dr. Brenda Krage, Superintendent