A mother from Cramlington has spent two nights and three days searching for her teenage daughter, who is believed to have run away with a barman in the Turkish holiday resort of Marmaris. Rhonda Jones has been handing out flyers of her daughter. She said it has been her "worst nightmare".
The mother of a teenage girl who is missing in Turkey said she has spent every minute searching for her. Rhonda Jones, from Cramlington, was in Marmaris with her daughter Faye when she disappeared on Thursday, apparently running away with a local man.
"This is my worst nightmare. Faye and I are really close. She is my only child and I am a single parent. I know she was cross with me but I never imagined she would run away. Now she has nothing - no money, no passport, no clothes. I was convinced she'd be back by now.
"I love you - we all love you. Please let us know you are safe. I just want you to come home."
A teenage girl from Northumberland has been missing for three days from a holiday resort in Turkey. Faye Jones, 16, and her mother Rhonda were due to fly back to Newcastle from Marmaris on Thursday, but the teenager packed her suitcase and disappeared from their hotel.
Faye, from Cramlington, is believed to be with a Turkish man with whom she had struck up a friendship. More than 30 police officers are involved in the search for her.