Missing 2-year-old Colorado girl found
Aurora Police are reporting Miracle was found in Denver. The update came just before 9 p.m. on Thursday.
Few details were available, but expect this article to be updated.
Miracle spent an unknown amount of time in her mother’s missing car in cold weather. Aurora police chief Nick Metz says the 18-month-old girl was crying when officers entered the car Thursday night, which he said was the best sound they could have heard. Miracle had been reported missing by her father around noon Thursday and her mother was found incoherent earlier in the day in Denver.
It isn't clear if anyone is facing charges tied to this incident.
Police in Colorado turned to social media Thursday night hoping for help from the public in finding a missing 2-year-old girl.
Just after 5 p.m. Aurora PD shared a picture of Miracle Adu. You can see it at the top of this article.
Police provided an update stating Miracle was last spotted with her mother, Tiffany Hardy. The two were in Denver in the 2700 block of Gaylord Street. Hardy was located Thursday morning "incoherent" and naked at 4th and Leyden, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. She did not have Miracle with her.
She has "purlple/white" braids, according to police, and was last seen wearing a pink jacket.
Police are asking the public to call 911 with any information on her location.
If you have seen Hardy's vehicle, an orange 2018 Fiat with Colorado license plate VQJ-195, you are also asked to call 911.