Aurora Police say missing teen ended his life

AURORA, Colo. — APD announced that a missing teen ended his life on Saturday.  Police called out to the public Saturday afternoon to circulate his photo and help find Jackson Langford, 16, who was reported missing and at risk on Friday.

Langford was last seen Friday around 3:30 p.m.

The following is a statement from the Aurora Police Department.

Suicide Prevention: Risks, tips for parents and educators

Suicide Warning Signs:

Many suicidal youths demonstrate observable behaviors that signal their suicidal thinking.  These include:

  • Suicidal threats in the form of direct and indirect statements.
  • Suicide notes and plans.
  • Prior suicidal behavior.
  • Making final arrangements (e.g., making funeral arrangements, writing a will, giving away prized possessions).
  • Preoccupation with death.
  • Changes in behavior, appearance, thoughts and/or feelings.

Medical Center of Aurora Behavioral Health: 303-360-3650

Aurora Mental Health: 303-617-2300


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