Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The search is on for a missing Utah girl and her family thinks that she could be in Las Vegas.
Indica Huddleston's family has not seen her since Aug. 16.
Huddleston left a note for her family but her parents believe a stranger that she met online lured her away.
Huddleston said in the note that she was fine and would be taken care of.
The teen disappeared last Friday from Alpine, Utah, just south of Salt Lake City. Her friends dropped her off at a gas station and she said she would walk home.
Her mother, Andrea Huddleston, says that she saw lots of red flags when she looked at her daughter's Facebook page.
Her mother believes she may have left home to meet with several unknown individuals that she had been chatting with online.
Indica's sister believes that she could be in Las Vegas. But, she may also be in Seattle or the Los Angeles area.
The family has started a social media campaign to locate Huddleston. Click here to see the Facebook page.
Right now, the Lone Peak Police Department has classified Huddleston as a runaway but they may soon change to the status level to an "endangered missing person."
Huddleston has not posted to any of her social media accounts since her disappearance.
Huddleston is described as 5'3 and 120 pounds with long brown hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone with information should contact the Lone Peak Police at 801-756-9800.