A Phoenix mother is pleading for help after her daughter left the house two weeks ago and hasn't returned home since.

Sixteen-year-old Jacy Taylor is a sophomore at North Canyon High School. Her mom, Jamille Spence-Taylor, said she was last officially seen at Union Hills and 32nd Street, but her mother said she believes she was at a home in Tempe the night of her disappearance.

"Two weeks later, this is not my daughter, to not even Facetime or call anyone, to let us know she's alive," Spencer-Taylor said. "I'm a mother, I know my daughter, and this is not Jacy."

Phoenix police have created a 'Missing Juvenile Bulletin.' Spencer-Taylor said she just wants her daughter to come home.

"Where is she today and what's the next step, what do I do to escalate this story?" Spencer-Taylor said. "She's 16 she should be in school and home."

If you know anything, call 602-534-2121.

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