CARLSBAD (CNS) - Authorities continued to search Saturday for a 17-year-old Carlsbad girl who went missing this week, police said.
Christine Jelinek was reported missing by her mother about 8:05 a.m. Wednesday, and was last seen in the vicinity of Rancho Santa Fe Road and Melrose Drive, according to Carlsbad police.
The teen, who sometimes uses the name Kira Hawkins, was last seen in the company of a man she may have met online, who was described as white, in his late 40s to early 50s, between 5 feet- 9 and 5 feet- 11 inches tall and about 160 pounds, according to Carlsbad police Detective Damian Garcia.
Police asked anyone with information regarding the girl's whereabouts to call (760) 931-2144.
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