Daria Clarke Missing: Calif. teen may have been lured by "online boyfriend," report says

Daria Clarke

(CBS) SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The family of Daria Clarke, a missing 15-year-old Sacramento girl, thinks the teen may have been lured away from her school by someone she met online, the Sacramento Bee reports.

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Daria, who goes by "Dasha," was reportedly last seen near the Rio Americano High School, where she is a freshman, at around 10 a.m. last Thursday.

According to ABC affiliate KCRA, Daria has mental health issues and is considered to be at risk.

Daria was reported missing after her mother arrived to pick her up at school at 12:30 p.m. and she was no where to be found, the paper says.

"We think somebody made her think he was her boyfriend," Margie Clarke, the teen's mother, told the paper. "She didn't share that with me. She told other people."

Daria is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 195 pounds, according to the paper. She has blue eyes, freckles and "sun-streaked brown hair" and she was last seen wearing a black shirt, gray leggings and a royal blue Aeropostale sweatshirt. She also had a black and turquoise backpack, her mother told the paper.

The teen reportedly does not carry a cellphone.

Anyone with information about Daria's disappearance is asked to call the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department at 916-874-5115.