Florida teen missing from family cabin on vacation in Washington

- The FBI announced it has joined the search for a 14-year-old Florida girl dressed only in pajamas and no shoes who vanished Sunday after she ventured out of her family’s cabin and into 50-degree weather to use the bathroom.

Katelynn Barlow was in the Big Lake area in Skagit County, Washington during a trip with her family from Brevard County, Florida when she disappeared around 9 p.m. Sunday, Q13Fox.com reported. Her uncle said he believed somebody lured her away from the cabin and kidnapped her.

Barlow had been staying with her aunt and uncle, who have primary custody of her.

The teen’s cellphone was found at a rest area near Interstate 5, about 32 miles away from where the family had been staying.

READ MORE ON FOXNEWS.COM.

Up Next:


Up Next

  • Florida teen missing from family cabin on vacation in Washington
  • In Irma's wake, lawmakers to look at Florida's hurricane readiness
  • 25-foot-wide sinkhole opens up in Apopka, still growing
  • Irma insurance claims already near $2-billion
  • Gator caught in side yard of Lakeland residence
  • Florida women collect loads of linemen's laundry
  • President Trump praises rapid response to Irma in Florida
  • Two men arrested for trying to steal power pole
  • Hollywood nursing home rated 'below average'
  • 8 dead, 115 evacuated from Florida nursing home without power