The mother of a teenage girl said she fears the worst after her daughter went missing two weeks ago, leaving behind all her belongings.
Morgan Sessions, 17, from Utah, vanished in the middle of the night on September 20, leaving behind her phone, wallet, and car.
According to KUTV, she hasn't used her phone or bank account since the night she disappeared, leading her parents to think something sinister may have happened.
Ms Session's mother, Rebecca Davis told KUTV she helped her daughter with homework the night she disappeared, but woke up to find Morgan gone.
“I think about her nonstop. If she’s ok, if someone’s feeding her, if she’s being hurt, if she’s alive,” mother Ms Davis told the station.
The concerned mum added that she also left her backpack with the homework she had done inside.
"She left her purse; she left her phone. Her school Chromebook (laptop), her personal Chromebook. Things she spent a lot of time and money on to earn," Ms Davis said.
“There’s something wrong, I just feel it. There’s something wrong."
The Utah County Sheriff’s Office are continuing to search for her. However, according to reports they are concerned by the fact her bank account hasn't been used and her phone is inactive, and that nobody has heard from her.
Missing teen from Florida
Ms Sessions is sadly not the only teen to have gone missing recently.
Miya Marcano, a 19-year-old college student from Florida, was last seen on Friday, September 24. She was due to catch a flight later that day but never made it.
“Miya is still missing. Her disappearance is suspicious and our detectives suspect foul play,” Orange County Sheriff John Mina said on Monday, September 27.
Tragically, a person of interest in Ms Marcano's case, Armando Manuel Caballero, 27, was found dead in his apartment on the same day.
Orange County Sheriff's department said it appears Mr Caballero died of an apparent suicide. His vehicle was found at the scene and it has been taken to the sheriff's office for processing.
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