Police search for missing Mich. teen

March 14, 2013 at 5:10 PM

PORT HURON, Mich., March 14 (UPI) -- A Michigan teenager has not been seen or heard from since she went to a motel Feb. 26 with a man she met on Facebook, police said.

Investigators say Isha Grier, 15, may have been kidnapped, The Oakland Press reported. She was at the Crossroads Alternative Education School in Capac, Mich., on Feb. 26 and is believed to have been at a motel in Roseville later that day with a man.

"She was hooking up with an adult male on Facebook," State Police Sgt. Patrick Young said. "She doesn't have a phone and her Facebook account shows no activity since she went missing Feb. 26."

One witness says the teenager was in Capac at about 10 a.m. on Feb. 27, Young said. There have been no sightings reported since then.

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