Transcript for Parents Plea For Two Runaway Teens to Return Home
We gave it away. Stick around. The latest in pop news. But michigan's rome owe and juliet, missing for almost two weeks, their parents pleading with them through the media to come home. And linzie janis has more. They have vanished almost without a trace, but their parents are terrified. This morning, a possible ray of hope in the search for 14-year-old braxton and 13-year-old thomas. A private eye said he's following up on several leads, possible sightings from miami to milwaukee. They are the first clues since the couple took off in the middle of the night 13 days ago in braxton's mom's ford explorer. They're not 16 or 17, they're babies. They were due to start school at different michigan high schools. Their parents fear this may be an attempt to stay together. They want to spend time together. To be that intense at 14, you encourage them to do other things as well. The relationship became so intense, just hours before they left, her mom said she could no longer support it. I didn't want her to grow up too fast. You could tell the way he looked at her, scared me. She's a baby. The pair was more organized and may have changed the license plates to avoid detection. But with every day, it's more heart ache for the families. I have never lied to you, never let you down. I will protect you, whatever i can do. I'm always here and I will never give up or stop looking for you, honey. Never. Since the story first aired on "gma" on thursday, the police have two dozen leads. If you think you have seen them go to www.Signature investigations.Com. It's so sad. And because they're runaways and haven't been abducted, it's difficult to find them. You can't use the amber alert. Doesn't ease the parent's pain. No. Thank you.
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