ESCONDIDO, Calif. (KGTV) - The family of a missing Escondido teen is continuing their search for their daughter, who has now been missing since last month.
The family said their daughter Seraphine "Sera" Bustillos, 15, was last seen July 21. Their only clues to her vanishing are a missing 5-year-old python snake and a slashed bedroom window screen.
"It's been over 3 weeks. We have no confirmed sightings, no information, no news on where Sara is," a Facebook group for the missing teen reads.
The girl's parents, Eveline and Michael, told 10News they've contacted Seraphine's friends at school but no one has seen or heard her.
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The family has started a GoFundMe campaign in order to set up a reward for information leading to their daughter.
"We don't know if she left on her own or was lured away by someone she met online. We currently have no idea where she is," the GoFundMe page reads.
To visit their GoFundMe page, click here.
Anyone who sees Seraphine is urged to contact the San Marcos Division of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department at (760) 510-5200.