Tennessee authorities made a plea to the public to help the agency find a 14-year-old girl, who went missing more than two weeks ago.
Savannah Leigh Pruitt was last seen at her Madisonville, Tennessee home on January 13, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.
"It's like having your soul ripped out of your body," her father Randall Pruitt said, "You can't think, you can't eat, you can't sleep, you can't rest - life has just ceased for us since she left."
Savannah was last seen by her parents when she went to bed. Her mother, Christina Pruitt, said when she went to check on her the next morning, the 14-year-old was gone.
"You are my sunshine, and will always be my sunshine," Christina to Savannah. "No matter what, I love you. Please come home."
Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, have launched a major effort to find her.
Pruitt is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds, police said. Police say there is no known clothing description for Pruitt.
Investigators said she had two cell phones and they'd both pinged in Corbin, Kentucky, almost 140 miles away, between 5:15 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. the next day.
"Both phones were powered off at that point and there has not been any activity on either phones since that early morning hour of Jan. 14," Monroe County Sheriff's Office detective Jason Fillyaw said.
If you have any information or know of her whereabouts, please contact the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at 423-442-3911 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.