KUSA - UPDATE: Mayci Olschewske was found safe on I-70 in Colorado
Law enforcement in Georgia want people in the Denver area to keep an eye out for a teen who went missing nearly two weeks ago.
Mayci Olschewske, 16, was last seen on August 31 where she was spotted on surveillance near her home in Canton, Georgia - filling up her car and emptying her bank account.
Later that day, her car was spotted in Mississippi.
Her family hasn't heard from her since.
Wednesday, the Eagle County Sheriff's Office put out an alert on Twitter saying Mayci is believed to be in the Denver area.
The teen's mom also tweeted her family believes she is in Denver.
Mayci is 5 feet 5 inches tall with blonde hair and green eyes. Police believe she's driving her white, 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe.
My daughter has been missing for 12 days. We believe she is in Denver. PLEASE BOLO@jeffcosheriffco pic.twitter.com/XiNhHp2F44— nicole olschewske (@nolschewske) September 12, 2017
It damage to the front end, stickers reading 'neck deep' and 'teach peace' and Georgia license plate WPQ909
If you have any information about Mayci or her whereabouts, contact Canton Police Det. Tom Priest at (770) 720-4883, email him tips to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 911.
Her family has set up a Facebook page called, Finding Mayci.
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