Breaking their silence after vanished Colorado teen Chloe Campbell was found last night, her family has released a statement saying she is “receiving medical treatment in a safe location” but that their “nightmare is far from over.”

“The family has credible information that Chloe was in harm’s way during her disappearance and we will not stop pursuing the truth in this matter,” her family said in a statement Tuesday.

In a text message to The Post, they added that her mother, Jessica Knape, and father, David Campbell, will not give further interviews, so they can “focus entirely on her safety and care.”

On Monday evening, the Boulder Police Department recovered the teen in Thornton, around 25 miles away from where she disappeared in Boulder.

They said they had no evidence she was being held against her will during the 10 days she was away from her family.

“While investigators continue to believe that Chloe ran away, there is an ongoing investigation about where she was and what occurred while she was separated from her family,” said Boulder Deputy Police Chief Stephen Redfearn during a press conference.

The family of Colorado teenager Chloe Campbell claimed that she was in "harm's way" during her disappearance.
The family of Colorado teenager Chloe Campbell claimed that she was in “harm’s way” during her disappearance.
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Chloe's parents said the 14-year-old is receiving medical treatment but the “nightmare is far from over.”
Chloe’s parents said the 14-year-old is receiving medical treatment but the “nightmare is far from over.”
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“Some details are being withheld at this time to allow for a thorough investigation.”

Chloe also had no visible signs of injury when she was found.

He added that the teen took “considerable steps” to avoid contact with her family and law enforcement.

“There are many unknowns about what happened over the 10 days Chloe was missing and we are continuing to work with law enforcement in support of their ongoing investigation,” said the Campbell family statement.

Chloe went missing after leaving a football game on September 30 in Boulder.
Chloe went missing after leaving a football game on September 30 in Boulder.
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Chloe was found safe in Thornton, Colorado about 25 miles from where she went missing.
Chloe was found safe in Thornton, Colorado, about 25 miles from where she went missing.
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Chloe disappeared on Sept. 30 after a high school football game and was said by witnesses to have been seen with two older-looking men.

Boulder police did not issue an Amber Alert for the teen, saying her case lacked the legal requirements for cases of missing children who are believed to be in imminent danger.



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