DeKalb teen missing for two weeks

ATLANTA -- Tiffany and Thomas Johnson have no idea where their daughter is. Teandra Johnson is 16 years old, but her parents said they are worried about more than her age.

"What worries me is because of her condition." Tiffany Johnson said. "She's going to go out there and be out there and somebody's going to hurt her and take advantage of her."

Johnson says her daughter Teandra has been diagnosed as bipolar and schizophrenic. She has been taking medication for her conditions.

Her mother said she is not on her medication now, and hasn't been since disappeared March 21st, the day she walked out of her Emerald Avenue home and never came back.

Johnson said she checked her daughter's bedroom as soon as she found out she was gone. "Then I see a note in there saying that she was leaving and nobody loved her," she said. "She didn't want to live."

Teandra doesn't have a cell phone, according to her mother, but she does have an email account that she checks for activity every day. There has been none.

Thomas Johnson said that is what makes it so hard to come to terms with. "It just really hurts to have her out there," he said. "Especially not knowing anything."

DeKalb County Police said they have had reports of sightings of Teandra but have not yet located her. They ask anyone who knows where she is to call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-TIPS(8477).

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