August 7, 2022

New details revealed in case of Georgia teen missing a month

A Georgia teenager missing for a month has led to new details in a surprising new report.

Kaylee Jones has been missing from Carroll County, Georgia, since June 15.

“The sheriff’s office in Carroll County said at the time she first went missing that she ‘could possibly be with someone she met through certain apps online,'” Alive 11 TV reported.

“The incident report details how her mother, Brenda Jones, was concerned about her online messages with ‘strange boys and men’ and took her cell phone the night before Kaylee went missing,” the report added.

The girl’s mother has been constantly seeking information to help determine the location of her daughter, with no answers so far.

The report of the new information is being shared in hopes of others coming forward to provide new leads to help track down the missing teenager and bring her home safely. A $5,000 reward has also been offered for help in finding Kaylee.

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