UPDATE: Rome Teen Found and Is Safe
UPDATE: 03/17/2022 1542 The Rome Police Department says that Chloe Wall has been located and is safe.
UPDATE: 03/08/2022 2017 Police say that Chloe is still missing. The Rome PD is urging members of the public who may know of her whereabouts to please call them as soon as possible.
UPDATE: 03/05/2022 1428 The Rome Police Department says that Chloe is still missing. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to call police.
UPDATE: 02/26/2022 0947 Police say that Chloe Wall is still missing. Updated photos have been distributed.
Police are asking anyone with information to please call your local police services or Rome Police at: (315) 339.7780.
No clothing description at this time aside from possibly wearing black Nike sneakers with white soles. Wall is believed to possibly be in the Rome or Syracuse areas.
UPDATE: 02/21/2022 2137 Rome Police say that Chloe is still missing. Anyone with information is asked to call them as soon as possible.
Rome Police are looking for a teenage girl for the second time in less than a week.
Chloe Wall, a 14-year-old has not been seen since the morning of Sunday, February 20, 2022.
Police say Wall left her home early Friday morning without permission and has not contacted her family.
Wall is white and stands about 5-feet, two inches tall, with shoulder length hair that has been dyed purple and pink.
She is believed to possibly be in the Rome or Syracuse area.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts, or possible whereabouts, of Chloe Wall is asked to call the Rome Police Department at: (315) 339-7780. Information may be kept confidential. Those with information can also call Mohawk valley Crime Stoppers.
Last Tuesday Wall was reported missing as well but she was located later in the day.
According to the National Runaway Safeline between 1.6 million and 2.8 million youth run away every year.
The Safeline is available 24 hours a day and can be reached at: 1-900-RUNAWAY (786-2929) or online at: https://www.1800runaway.org/.
Another resource for runaways can be found through the United States Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs (OJP). The OJP says, "As our society becomes more complicated, so do the juvenile justice challenges facing our homeless, runaway youth. OJP is in it for the long-term to help them deal with and overcome these challenges." The OJP also conservatively estimates that, of the more than million who run away each year, at least 40,000 of youth ages ten through 177 run away in New York State.
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