HOPE MILLS, N.C. -- Hundreds of people came out to search for a missing Hope Mills girl Saturday morning.
WTVD-TV reported that there were at least 1,000 people who showed up to try to find 15-year-old Danielle Locklear.
Investigators said Locklear left her home in the Fox Meadows subdivision on the night of March 11, saying she was going up the street to a friend's home, but she never made it there.
A task force of agents from multiple agencies is working together to find Locklear.
Locklear's mother urged everyone to help in the search for her daughter this weekend.
"Please help me. Help us. This is a living nightmare," said Rowna Fowler, Locklear's mother. "Anyone, anyone that could come and help. Please, please I'm begging. I'm pleading. It's a cry for help now."
The teen is 5' 1" tall, has black hair and green eyes. She weighs around 130 pounds.
The FBI has put up six billboards throughout the Fayetteville and Spring Lake featuring Locklear.
Anyone with any information on Locklear's whereabouts, can call the Hope Mills Police Department at (910) 425-4103, or the FBI in Charlotte at (704) 672-6100.