HAWKINSVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - 15-year-old Madison Conner was last seen by her family Friday night when they went to bed.
They believe sometime after midnight, their oldest daughter left their home, and they haven't heard from her since.
"When I see them out together--with her mother, dad and her little sister, they all seem real happy," says family friend, Carolyn Ragan. "I'm just floored; I don't know what to think or what to make of this; it's not like Madison."
Friends and family gathered Tuesday night for a prayer vigil for the teen. Afterwards, the family reached out to the community for help.
"We would love any help that we could get from anyone out there with any information whatsoever that can help us bring Madison back safely to the house and to her mom, dad and sister," says Madison's aunt, Lynne Layfield.
Those who care about Madison want her to know they love her and miss her, and as every day passes with no word from the missing teenager, it gets harder and harder to cope.
"Your family, your friends, this community, we love you and we want to see you back at home," says Ragan. "So if you're watching this, just know--come home. They will be waiting for you with open arms. I'm very much assured of that."
"We just love you and we're ready for you to come home," says Madison's father, Wes, fighting back tears. "Your daddy--it doesn't matter where I have to go or what I have to do, all I want is my baby back."
Madison is about 5'10" and weighs around 135 pounds. She has brown eyes and dark auburn hair with braces and spiral gauge ear piercings.
Deputy Marvin Giddens with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office says they've received tips from Florida all the way to Ohio, but nothing has turned up yet.
Correction: The phone number shown in the video to call with information is incorrect. If you have any info on Madison's whereabouts, call the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office at (478) 783-1212 or (478) 783-1521.