Parents of missing Georgia, 16, think she may be a victim of human trafficking: report


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The parents of a missing 16-year-old Georgia girl believe she may be a victim of human trafficking, according to a local report.

Kaylee Jones was last seen about a week ago on June 16 in rural Whooping Creek Church Road in Carrollton, Georgia.

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office said in a June 20 update that investigators “worked diligently around the clock on this case and reviewed data collected from Kaylee’s electronic devices and were in contact with those she was last in contact with on those devices. “

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“She needs medical attention and could possibly be with someone she met through some online apps. She doesn’t have a phone or a vehicle with her,” the sheriff’s office said.

Her parents believe she may have been trafficked, according to FOX 5 Atlanta.

Kaylee is 5ft 8in, weighs 135lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes. Her mother thinks she may have a dark blue satchel “with a horse on the front”. She may be wearing black tennis shoes or Converse sneakers, authorities say.

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“We continue to receive advice and possible sightings and none have been confirmed to date. Please share and help bring Kaylee home, someone has seen her and knows where she is,” said the sheriff’s office.

Authorities are asking anyone with information about Kaylee’s whereabouts to contact Investigator Kim Biggs at 770-830-5916 or kbiggs@carrollsheriff.com.


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