MISSING: Family and police call on public for help in finding 16-year-old girl

Tennessee police have begun a thorough search to locate a teenager who went missing last month, as reported by WSMV.

Hannah Grisham, 16, disappeared on February 11 from her home in Liberty, Tennessee. She was last seen wearing pajamas, though authorities say she likely changed clothes prior to her disappearance.

Investigators have not pegged her as a runaway, nor have they said she was kidnapped.

In the five weeks since she went missing, authorities have not released any pertinent leads regarding what happened to her.

In addition to the law enforcement operation, her parents, Jason and Darlene Grisham, have asked the public for help in locating the young girl.

The Grishams have released information to help with the search, including that their daughter stands approximately 5’2″ and weighs 125 pounds. She has brown hair and hazel eyes. She also has a pierced nose and a lip piercing, though it is unclear if the teen had either of these piercings filled with jewelry at the time of her disappearance.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information regarding the missing teenager is asked to call CFSI Gayla McDaniel at 704-213-7662 or email her at cfsi.n.c.gayla@gmail.com. Additionally, a contact with the the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department can be made at 615-215-3000.

Darlene Grisham shared the video below in an attempt to leverage social media in the search for her daughter.

[Featured Image: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children]