A Hamilton mum remains distraught as her teenage daughter has spent another night away from home.
Chastity, 13, has been missing since 5.45pm on Saturday, with her mother now believing she was last seen getting into a green Jeep or SUV.
Police have been brought into the search as news of her disappearance spreads on social media.
She's one of three teenagers reported missing by police in recent days, with 13-year-old Kansas missing since May 3 from a property in Mt Wellington, Auckland.
She is now believed to be in the Ōtāhuhu area, near the centre of town or recreation facility.
Another Hamilton teenager, Ahiaataewa Royal-Watene, is also missing and his mother, Ariz Royal, is also desperate for any information of his whereabouts.
Meanwhile, Chastity and her family, including her mother who wanted to be known as Miss Walters, only moved to Dey St, Hamilton, from Litchfield on Saturday.
Within hours she had fled.
Chastity, described as being about 153cm tall, wasn't wearing warm clothes when she left and Walters said she was "happy as she is on a daily nothing out of the ordinary", on Saturday evening.
"BABY WHERE ARE YOU PLEASE COME HOME," Chastity's mother wrote on Facebook.
"Please I need your help."
She then went on:
"I don't know why she has gone. She probably just wants to explore Hamilton but couldn't wait.
"She has all our family here but hasn't gone to our family as of yet. She was happy as she is on a daily nothing out of the ordinary."
Walters said it was possible Chastity may have gone back to South Waikato.
"She has friends in country Waotu, Litchfield, Putaruru, Tokoroa, Old Taupo Road [where we used to live], and Arapuni all South Waikato.
"Will let everyone know if she is found or come home. Thank you everyone for the share, driving around and messages I'm really grateful."
Police were now scouring CCTV footage, including details of the vehicle she was seen getting into, she said.
"I just want my girl home like any other person whom has a missing child.
"Come home baby.
"Please if you see her or know where she is can you please contact me or the police.
"Thank you to everyone who had help try look for her all hours and still keeping a look out I very much appreciate everything."
Chastity was last seen wearing a creamy dress jersey and red tights with white pattern.
"She isn't dressed in warm clothes and it's really cold outside."
Ariz Royal said her son, Ahiaataewa Royal-Watene, "took off" on Friday afternoon and she hadn't heard from him since.
"If anyone knows any information or if you have seen him please call me ... my son Ahi, please come home.
"Me and bruda thinking about you and hope your safe," she wrote on her Facebook page.
"We miss you and we love you son! Come home son."
She said her son attends Fraser High School she was looking at whether he had met up with another student named Lance on Friday.
Royal confirmed to the Herald that she had reported her son missing to police.
If anyone has seen Chastity or saw a green SUV in Hamilton East on Saturday evening they are urged to call police on 111 quoting file number 210509/3395.
People who have information about Kansas, now believed to be in the Ōtāhuhu area, near the centre of town or recreation facility, is asked to phone 111 and quote file number 210503/2514.