Missing Florida teen withdraws money from Georgia ATM

Hope Soto
November 30, 2017

Katina Dicks told Fox News on Tuesday that Caitlyn Frisina is with Rian Rodriguez, the head coach of the boys soccer team at Fort White High School, and that the department is actively seeking and investigating leads with other law enforcement agencies.

Deputies said Frisina fully erased her phone of data before she climbed out of her bedroom window.

Murray Smith, the Public Information Officer for the Columbia County Sheriff's Office told ABC News that a police investigation has uncovered what he called a "blossoming relationship" between Frisina and Rodriguez.

Officials believe Rodriguez and Frisina may be headed northeast to NY or Canada, ABC News reported.

Caitlyn's mom, Scarlet Frisina, amid a meeting withABC made a sad request went for her girl Monday night. "Her family cherishes her and more than whatever else needs to know she is protected and not in peril!"

- Florida deputies are searching for a 17-year-old girl who has been missing since Saturday night and may be with her soccer coach. Her parents reported her missing on Sunday. May be heading north in 2001 red Mercury Sable, FL tag Z04CSC.

Caitlyn Frisina, an avid soccer player, has been missing since Sunday.

Rodriguez is thought to be driving a red Mercury Sable similar to the one
Rodriguez is thought to be driving a red Mercury Sable similar to the one

Deputies say Caitlyn ran away with Rodriguez.

"We want you to let us know that you're OK". Authorities also believe that Frisina may be with family friend and high school soccer coach, Rian Rodriguez, who was a high school boys' soccer coach at Fort White High School, but has since been suspended pending the investigation.

They believe the teen left of her own accord, leaving her phone which was wiped clean.

"We don't care why she left". She left with only a few clothes. She wrote: 'Let someone, anyone, know that you're ok!'

'Again, the employee has been suspended and will be restricted from all contact with students.

If you have any information on the couple's whereabouts, you're asked to contact the Columbia County Sheriff's Office at 386-719-2005.

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