Authorities in North Carolina are seeking information about a teenage girl who went missing Sunday afternoon.

Cheyenne Sizemore, 15, of Stokes County, reportedly disappeared near her home in the town of Meadows at about 1:30 p.m. According to the Stokes County Fire Marshal’s Office, she was last on South Stokes School Road.

“Attention: Emergency Crews are currently searching for a missing Juvenille. 15 year old Cheyenne Sizemore who went missing from her home near South Stokes School rd.,” the Fire Marshal’s Office wrote in a post on their Facebook page along with a picture of the missing Sizemore.

As of Monday morning, the Fire Marshal’s Office’s search was joined by EMS, the South Stokes Fire Department, and the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office. Stokes County Emergency Services also revealed to the Greensboro CBS-affiliate WFMY that Highway Patrol had also deployed search helicopters and drones to aid in the search.

The Marshal’s Office has also asked for the public’s help, asking for volunteers to join the search along with anyone with possible information to come forward in the countywide search.

“If you have any information on the location of this person please call Stokes County Communications 1-800-672-2851 - (336)-593-8130 - (336)-593-8139,” the Fire Marshal’s Office wrote.

Sizemore is listed at 4-foot-9 and 125 pounds. Police say she was "wearing a gray bleached t-shirt and white striped jacket and purple and pastel Converse shoes."

Stokes County is located just south of North Carolina's border with Virginia. The county, which has a population of roughly 45,000, includes the city of Winston-Salem.

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