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Missing Raynham teenager may be in danger, police say


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Colleen Weaver has been missing for a week now.

Colleen Weaver Raynham Police

A Raynham teenager who was reported missing last week has still not been found and police now believe she may be in danger.

Raynham Police said in a press release that their investigation into the disappearance of 16-year-old Colleen Weaver indicates she may have traveled to a location around 100 miles from her home.

Police listed Springfield and Provincetown, Massachusetts; Bristol and Hartford, Connecticut; Wells, Maine; Concord, Portsmouth, Manchester and Keene, New Hampshire, and Brattleboro, Vermont, as cities where she may currently reside.

Missing Raynham teenager may be in danger, police say
Colleen Weaver, 16, has been missing from her home in Raynham for a week now. – Raynham Police Department

Weaver left his home in Raynham between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. on Tuesday, October 18. Since then, the police have been urgently searching for her and hoping for the public’s help.

“With no contact from Weaver since her disappearance, she is believed to be in danger,” they wrote in the statement.

Weaver’s parents spoke to WBZ-TV on Tuesday and told the news channel they don’t believe their daughter ran away.

“We think she met someone online and was lured away from home,” Weaver’s mother, Kristen Weaver, told the news station.

Weaver is described as being five feet tall and weighing around 120 pounds. She has reddish-pink hair and is believed to have been wearing dark glasses and possibly a sweatshirt and leggings when she left her home.

“When a child goes missing, it’s every parent’s worst nightmare,” Raynham Police Chief James Donovan said in the statement. “We are using every resource at our disposal to help locate Colleen Weaver and get her home safely. If anyone thinks they have seen it, we ask that you call us immediately.

Anyone with information about Weaver’s whereabouts or who may have seen her recently is urged to contact the Raynham Police Department immediately at 508-824-2717 or call 911.



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