It’s been 10 days since a missing Georgia teen has been seen and her parents are desperate to find her.
Kaylee Jones, 16, was last seen near Whooping Creek Church Road in Carrollton on June 14, according to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. Her parents, Daniel and Brenda Jones, told Fox 5 they said goodnight to Kaylee on Tuesday night, but the following day she was gone.
Deputies said Kaylee may have met up with someone she met online, while her parents fear she’s fallen in with the wrong people. They added that Kaylee is autistic and requires special medication.
“She requires medical care and could possibly be with someone she has met through certain apps online. She has no phone or vehicle with her,” the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook.
Brenda Jones called Kaylee a “very loving, very kind, overly-sensitive,” teen, with her father adding that she’s vulnerable and susceptible to falling victim to a predator.
According to The Georgia Sun, Kaylee’s mother said she may have a backpack with her, possibly with the words “Mazi” or “Kaylee” written on it.
Kaylee is described as a white female who stands 5-feet-8-inches tall and weighs around 135 pounds. Police said the teen does not have her phone with her.
Anyone with information about Kaylee should call Investigator Kim Biggs at 770-830-5916 or dial 911.
The story is developing. Check back for updates.
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