16-year-old girl missing from Georgia might be in Denver area

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DENVER — The Colorado State Patrol is asking people to be on the lookout for a missing and endangered teenager from Georgia.

Mayci Olschewske, 16, was last seen leaving her home in Canton, Georgia, on Aug. 31. She never showed up at school.

Family members said they have reason to believe Olschewske might be in the Denver area.

“She may visit one of the parks [especially] Clear Creek,” her mother said on Twitter on Tuesday.

Investigators say Olschewske was driving a white 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe with a “Support Wildlife” license plate with the number WPQ-909.

The car has stickers that read “Neck Deep” and “Teach Peace,” and a crocheted steering wheel cover.

Olschewske is 5-foot-5 and 135 pounds. She has blonde hair and green eyes, and frequently wears her hair in a bun.

Anyone who sees her is asked to call 911 or Canton police at 770-720-4883.