A Detroit girl is missing.  Fourteen year old Charayne Johnson was last seen at her home on Canterbury Thursday evening.  Detroit Police say Johnson is African American, is five foot, five inches tall, weighs 190 pounds, and has brown eyes and brown hair.

WWJ’s Beth Fisher spoke with the missing girl’s mother, Connie Johnson, who says it all started when she came home late from school and then went to a friends house.

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“When her dad went and picked her up…..she started getting, you know, very verbally with her dad and then she jumped out of her dad’s car and so her dad had stopped and chased her in the middle of the street .  He tried to get her back in the car and then the police were called and then they ended up making her come home.” Johnson said.

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Johnson says she took off and hasn’t been seen since, although she says she has contacted a relative on Facebook. She has a message for her daughter. “Charayne come home.  You still have to follow rules wherever you go.  Come home.”

Johnson was last seen wearing a black coat, a light blue shirt, tan pants, and black & white checkered boots.

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Johnson says they love their daughter and are very worried about her. If anyone has seen Charayne, they are asked to call Detroit Police at (313) 596-1200.