The mother of sixteen-year-old Faye Jones, who has been missing for three days in a Turkish holiday resort, said she was beginning to fear for her safety.
Speaking to ITV News Tyne Tees from Turkey, Rhonda Jones said she accepted her daughter had run away of her own free will, probably with a local barman, but said she did not know what would happen if Faye started to panic.
Listen to Rhonda's interview below.
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