13-year-old Lubbock girl goes missing while on vacation with family in Colorado Springs

The Colorado Springs Police Department is searching for 13-year-old Adalie Rivera. Rivera, who is from Lubbock, went missing Friday morning while on vacation with her family. (Photos: Colorado Springs Police Department)

The Colorado Springs Police Department is actively searching for a 13-year-old Lubbock girl who went missing while on vacation with her family.

According to the CSPD, Adalie Rivera went missing in the early morning hours of Friday, March 17. Her family was on vacation in Colorado Springs and was staying at the Quality Inn Colorado Springs Airport hotel.

Rivera is described by CSPD as a Hispanic female who is about 5' to 5'1" tall and weighs around 115 to 120 pounds. She has brown hair, however, peroxide was recently added to her hair, making it appear lighter, with maroon streaks. Police said she has "a number of light coffee-colored birthmarks on her arms, legs, back and neck."

CSPD said Rivera was last seen wearing a navy blue short-sleeve t-shirt, blue denim jeans and Nike sneakers that were red, black and white. Rivera also had a neon yellow bracelet on her right wrist.

According to CSPD, Rivera left with no money. Furthermore, they say she does not know anyone in the Pikes Peak region from which she went missing.

Anyone with information on Rivera's whereabouts or how to get a hold of her is asked to contact the CSPD at (719)444-7000.

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