Update: The missing 6-year-old girl was “safely located,” the Colorado Bureau of Investigation said Thursday, April 27.

FIRESTONE, Colo. (KDVR) — A 6-year-old girl has been considered endangered and missing for more than a week, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

The Firestone Police Department and CBI sent out an alert last week. According to the alert, new information indicates the girl was last seen with her noncustodial older sister in Denver on April 14.

The missing girl’s grandmother told FOX31 that April 14 is the same date the 6-year-old’s father was killed in an officer-involved shooting.

“She needs help. She has been through a lot,” she said, adding, “She lost her mother on April 25th of last year, so now she’s lost both parents and she just needs to come home. I am very concerned. She’s not getting her education. They are shuffling her from family member to family member and she’s not at home.”

The girl’s grandmother said she cannot get a hold of her granddaughter or her sister. 

“I’m not sure what’s going on,” she said. “I have nowhere else to turn. I just need people to keep an eye out, find her, get her home, and let her get the help she needs.”