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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A national agency is pitching in to help a Loveland family find their runaway daughter.

It's been two weeks since Grace Pfister's family has seen her face.

Around midnight on February 7, Grace left the home she shares with her parents and her 8 siblings. She hasn't been heard from since.

Her family believes that Grace is with an older man. No Amber Alert has been issued because Grace, who is 16, left willingly.

Her family says she has little cash and no cell phone.

Right after she ran away, he family set up the Help Find Grace Facebook page. It has about 3,000 likes.

On February 21, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children created a poster for Grace. She's listed as an endangered runaway.

Grace is 5'3", 125 pounds with brown hair and eyes.

According to the poster, she has a red birthmark on the outside of her right thigh.

The NCMEC believes Grace is still in the Cincinnati area.

If you see Grace, call 9-1-1.

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