Kaylee Jones: Search continues for missing Georgia teen, parents worry she's in danger

Georgia law enforcement are continuing their search for a missing Carroll County teenager Kaylee Jones and are hoping someone out there can help.

It's been over two weeks since Daniel and Brenda Jones said goodnight to their daughter on June 14 at their home on the 700 block of Whooping Creek Church Road in Carrollton. The next morning, she was gone.

"It's horrible. We're worried and scared where she might be," Brenda Jones told FOX 5's Christopher King last week.

Carroll County deputies believe she may have met up with someone she has spoken to online. Her family is very worried that she may have become the victim of sex trafficking.

Kaylee Jones

Kaylee Jones (Family photo)

"She's susceptible and kinda naive to this stuff," Daniel Jones said, saying the family believes she may be in danger.

Since her disappearance, the Carroll County Sheriff's Office say there have been numerous tips emailed and called to local law enforcement, but none have turned any evidence leading to where Kaylee is. 

The missing teen is described by deputies as being 5-feet-8-inches tall, weighing about 135 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown hair.

Kaylee Jones

Kaylee Jones (Carroll County Sheriff's Office)

Investigators do not know what Kaylee was wearing when she disappeared but say it is possible she has a blue bookbag with a horse and possibly the word "Mazi" or "Kaylee"on the front. She does not have her cell phone or any other electronic device on her.

Jones may be going by her birth name, Lillian Paige Temple.

Anyone who sees her is asked to call 911. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Investigator Kim Biggs at 770-830-5916.