CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The FBI is not giving up on finding Rachel Natacha Owens, a North Carolina girl who has been missing for more than two years.
On Thursday, the Charlotte division of the FBI and the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office issued another alert asking for information the teenage girl.
Investigators said Rachel was last seen May 5, 2011. They said Rachel rode the school bus to South Brunswick
High School in Boiling Spring Lakes, N.C. Surveillance video shows she got off the bus and got into a small,
dark-colored car with a possible South Carolina license plate.
Officers said Rachel has run away
in the past, but has never been gone this long. Also, there are claims that Rachel expressed a desire to go to Mexico
and may be going by the name "Raquel."
No one has heard from Rachel since the
day she left her high school.
The FBI has created
new posters in both English and Spanish to generate new leads to locate
information on Rachel's whereabouts is asked to call Detective Holly Locklear
with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office at (910) 880-4950 or FBI Charlotte at (704) 672-6100.