Police searched for a teen girl who went missing on Monday, asked everyone for help

Cheryl Kahla
Apr 03, 2018
12:20 P.M.
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A thirteen-year-old girl from Florida went missing from the Bradford Middle School campus. She was seen leaving campus grounds. 


Chamberlain disappeared on Monday, April 2, 2018, at approximately 9 am. She did not reached out to any friends or family, and investigators had no leads to follow. 

As reported by Faith Family America, she blonde-haired teen wore light denim jeans, a purple jacket, and black tennis shoes at the time of her disappearance. 

Stark Police officials were investigating and reached out to the community. Chamberlain's photo was shared on all social media platforms, and users were urged to spread the word. 


Stark residents with any information about Chamberlain's whereabouts were asked to contact the Starke Police Department.

The community did not disappoint. According to WFLA News Channel Eight, Chamberlain had been found safe and sound during the early hours of April 3, 2018. 

The Fire Coast News also shared an update on Twitter and thanked every person who shared the post and helped spread the news. 

Information about her disappearance has not yet been released to the public, but the Stark community is grateful that the teenager was brought to safety. 


Jessica Lynne posted a question on the Stark Police Department's Facebook Page. She wanted to know how Chamberlain was able to simply 'walk off campus.'

School safety is being addressed but Jessica believes not enough is being done to ensure students' safety. Amanda Sterling explained that the classes only start after 9 am.  

Christine Rulapaugh said the incident frightened her because of the rise of sex trafficking. She is from Naples and said a young girl went missing recently, as well as a child from Port Charlotte.