Transcript for Florida Teen Disappears From Family's Houseboat
We'll get to the search now for a Florida teen who disappeared from her family a houseboat. Shaina Mcbride's father fears the worst. I can't face the fact that it's my daughter that's gone because it just hurts too much to think about it. Reporter: This morning a father distraught and a south Florida community on edge as they search for Shaina Mcbride. 14-year-old Mcbride disappearing Friday morning after leaving this houseboat where she lives with her father. He says she took nothing but her cell phone. His first thought, that she went to this nearby pool to text her friends. Something he says she did often. It's a swimming pool and tables and everything right over there. Reporter: But soon it was clear his little girl had vanished. I'm looking, searching, nobody knows nothing. Then I begin to get a little more scared. Reporter: On Monday police deploying a dive team search dogs and over the weekend members of the church where Mcbride taught Sunday school passing out flyers. This is a case of a child who came from a loving family, has family support, friends that support her, she also is very much connected with her local church. That is why it raises our suspicion. Reporter: This morning detectives are also working to track Mcbride's cell phone and following up on reported sightings of the teen but so far nothing concrete. Still, they say they don't have evidence of foul play at this time, but her fragile father fears otherwise. Someone did it. Someone took my daughter. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Matt Gutman, ABC news, Gainesville, Florida.
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