A missing 14-year-old girl from Lafayette, Georgia, is believed to possibly be in Tennessee, prompting a call to action for local residents to join the search.
Graycie Millard has been missing from her Lafayette home since July 27. The proximity of Lafayette to the Tennessee border, combined with certain leads, has prompted authorities to believe she might be within the Tennessee state lines.
Tennessee residents, especially in cities like Chattanooga and Cleveland, are being urged to stay alert. Authorities are hoping that the additional eyes and ears on the ground in Tennessee might provide the much-needed break in the case.
A photo of Graycie is being circulated throughout local communities, media outlets, and social networks. The public is strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with her appearance and report any sightings or potentially relevant information.
For those who might have seen Graycie or have information on her whereabouts, they are asked to promptly contact the Lafayette Police, NCMEC, or FBI Atlanta. Additionally, for those wishing to provide anonymous tips or information, they can do so online at the NCMEC’s dedicated page for Graycie: https://www.missingkids.org/poster/NCMC/1487248/1/screen.