Update 9:40 AM: The Mesa County Sheriff's Office has announced that Audra has been found this morning and that Ochoa is in custody at this time. Thanks to everyone who helped share this information.


The Colorado Beaurea of Investigations has issued an Ambert Alert for a missing 12-year-old girl from Gran Junction. The alert was issued Sunday morning.

Audra Hadrath was last in the 200 block of Village Lane in Grand Junction around 12:30 AM on August 15th.

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Missing 12-Year-Old Audra Hadrath

The Mesa County Sherriff's Office and the Colorado Bearuea of Investigations say Audra Hadrath is believed to be with suspect Teresa Ochoa who is also known as Toby. Teresa is a female who identifies as a make.

Child's Description

Audra Hadrath is 12-years-old with blonde hair and hazel eyes. She is a white female who stands 5-feet 4-inches tall and weighs about 119 pounds. Audra requires medication so any information on her whereabouts would be a great help to authorities.

Suspect Description

The suspect believed to have taken Audra from the Grand Junction area is known as Teresa Ochoa. Teresa is believed to be 20-years-old with brown hair and brown eyes. Teresa is described as white/Hispanic.

Suspect's Vehicle

CBI and the Mesa County Sheriff's Office say the two individuals may be using a 1999 Green Toyota 4 Runner with Colorado plates displayed as AFQS92. Anyone who sees this vehicle should call 9-1-1.

Contact the Mesa County Sheriff's Office

Anyone who might have any information about Audra's location should call 9-1-1 or contact the Mesa County Sheriff's Office by dialing 970-242-6707.

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