Please stop what you are doing right now and try to help a missing Georgia girl who was abducted from her home at approximately 2:15 a.m. Tuesday morning by two males that shot and killed her dog in order to take her. ABC News reported on Sept. 17 that Ayvani Hope Perez, 14, was in her pajamas at the time the two men forced their way into her family's home.
Clayton County Police have stressed that the Ellenwood, Ga. teen is in grave danger and are begging the public for assistance in finding her and the two men who took her. They say the men left in a Grey Dodge vehicle. And ask that you call 678-610-4781 if you see the suspects or the abducted teen girl.
According to police, Perez's mother tried to hide her children when she realized the home had been broken into, but the males found the youth after demanding money and jewelry, which the mother said she did not have.
The teen in danger stands 4-feet-9 and weighs 93 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes, and she was wearing a blue and grey superhero shirt and same-colored Star Wars PJ bottoms at the time of the abduction.
According to the Georgia Alertnewsnet.com, police are unsure which direction the suspects took when they fled the home on Brookgate Drive in Ellenwood, but the suspects were wearing dark clothing and carrying a firearm.