STAUNTON, VA.-- The Staunton Police Department continue the search for a 13-year-old who is missing since Saturday.
As of 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sabrina Terry was still missing.
According to public information officer Lisa Klein, she teen was last seen sleeping at her guardian's house at 3 a.m. in Staunton. Klein did not disclose the exact location, however, she said the house was on the west side of town.
This is the second case of a missing teen in the area in the last month.
Parent Teresa Kummer keeps a close eye on her daughter.
"I may be weird,strange but I never leave her out of my sight. Everytime she goes out, she is always with her dad or with me or her grandparents. But I always know where she is at at all times," said Kummer.
She has a daughter who is close to Terry's age.
"It makes me think, she could be that 13-year old now that is missing," said Kummer.
Klein said Terry's age makes her an endangered missing person.
"Someone who is just 13 is at risk for a human trafficker, she doesn't know who may pick her up to help her," said Klein.
According to Klein, the Staunton Police Deparment gets cases of missing children often.
"Most of the juvenile cases are kids that have ran away from home for the night and come back," said Klein.
However, Klein said this case is different because Terry is not originally from this area. She moved to Staunton from Manassas.
"It's kind of scary to have someone that young out there on their own," said Klein.
Kummer said she teaches her daughter ways to protect herself.
"Her daddy and I have both told her, don't trust anyone, somebody comes out to you, you back up, if they start coming toward you, start screaming," said Kummer.
Staunton Police Department is interviewing people who knew her. The department is also working with the Prince William County and Manassas police departments.
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