NC teen girl missing after leaving high school, spotted in SC

Macayla Wallace (left) and a surveillance photo of Wallace and Boyd (right). Images from WECT.

UPDATE: Missing NC teens found safe, sheriff says

BOILING SPRING LAKES, N.C. (WECT) — The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to locate a 14-year-old girl who went missing Tuesday morning.

Macayla Wallace was last seen accompanied by her boyfriend, 16-year-old River Boyd, as they were leaving South Brunswick High School in Boyd’s silver 2011 Honda Civic with NC tags BBY-4237.

The teens left campus around 8 a.m. in an unknown direction.

Wallace is 5’5″ tall weighing around 140 pounds with shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes. She has last seen in North Carolina wearing a green, long-sleeve shirt with purple leggings, gray boots and carrying a gray backpack.

The New Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office said in a social media post Wednesday night that the teen had been spotted in Hammer, South Carolina on Tuesday night.

The post said she was with Boyd and had dyed her hair dark red.

The two were reportedly seen holding a sign saying they were trying to travel to Florida.

Anyone with information should contact Det. McCaffity at 910-363-6555.

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