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UPDATE: According to the CBS Denver News, Patience Lee Thompson has been located. Thank you to everyone who helped share about her disappearance.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: ERIE — The Erie Police Department is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 16 year old Patience Lee Thompson out of the Erie, Colorado area.
Patience was last seen on April 7, 2017 at 11:45 pm by her sister. She was reported as a runaway from her home in the area of Moffat Street and Main Street in Erie, Colorado on April 8, 2017 at around 1:09 am. Patience was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black sweat pants with two white strips on one leg.
Patience is a Type-1 diabetic and takes a dose of insulin every 24 hours, but police said she may not have enough to meet her daily requirements, adding the dose she took with her would be only be used if her sugar levels were outside of her normal level during the day. “Patience has likely been more than 24 hours without her daily dose of insulin and is at-risk for serious health problems,” police said in a statement.
Patience is described as:
• GENDER: Female.
• HAIR: Shoulder length brown hair.
• EYES: Blue.
• HEIGHT: 5 feet 5 inches.
• WEIGHT: 140 pounds.
• DIABETIC: Type 1 (requires insulin).
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If you have any information in regards to Patience’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Erie Police through the Boulder County Dispatch at 303-441-4444 immediately.
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