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MARANA, Ariz. (KVOA) – Tears, worry and anxiety were in the air Wednesday as the parents of a missing teen boy waited to hear from Marana.

Nicole Hyatt, 14, was last seen by her parents Tuesday night in the 12000 block of Springfield Road in Marana.

News 4 Tucson confirmed with the Pima County Sheriff's Office that they still had not found Nicole as of 10 p.m. Wednesday.

As of Wednesday night, the community's search efforts are far from over.

“All of our friends and family are looking for her. We just want her home,” said Nicole's father, Clayton Hiatt.

“Please don't stop watching,” Nicole's mother, Savannah Hyatt, begged.

Nicole Hyatt's emotional cry for help from her parents.

The 14-year-old girl has been missing since Wednesday morning, and the search for her is on high alert in the Marana district.

Leif Olson said: “It's terrible. I hope they find her. It's a shame. I wonder what happened.”

Neighbors like Leif Olson offer any help they can to track down Nicole and bring her home.

“We have surveillance cameras inside the house, so we hope it can be of some help,” Olson said.

He told News 4 Tucson he plans to give the footage to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

Her parents said they last saw her on Tuesday night, but Savannah said Wednesday morning, “When I went to wake her up to go to school, she was gone.”

“Everything seemed fine. I don't know why she left,” Clayton said.

Twenty-five deputies searched for the girl throughout the day, along with a DPS helicopter and PCSD search and rescue units.

Nicole has black hair, brown eyes, and is described as being 5 feet tall and weighing 130 pounds.

“She's funny, smart, beautiful and kind,” Clayton said. “And she's been through a lot in her life.”

As they wait for answers, they are left with only one hope.

“I want her to go home and be with her brother and sister who miss her so much. Me and her mother and her whole family,” Clayton said.

No word yet on what was seen in the neighbor's video, but News 4 Tucson will contact the Sheriff's Department Thursday morning to see if the footage was helpful in this search. is.

If you see Nicole or have information about her disappearance, please call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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