UPDATE: Guelph police announced on Tuesday that the missing girl had been found safe in another province.
Global News is no longer identifying the teenager now that she has been found.
The search for a missing 15-year-old girl in Guelph, Ont., has entered its fourth day and was marked by a search party across the city.
She was last seen leaving her school at around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday.
On Monday, dozens gathered outside of the high school to form a search party before fanning out across the city to hand out posters and knock on doors.
Her father was part of that search and said having all these people come together for his daughter sends a positive message to her.
“If she’s seeing this, all these people are here for you. We love you and we want to find you, baby,” he said.
The girl was caught on a security camera a block away from her home before she vanished.
The father added that her going missing like this is unlike her.
“The biggest concern is that she has missed two days of school. I talk to her every night and that’s not been happening,” he explained. “She’s not responding. I’m more than concerned for her well-being and so is everybody here.”
He also added that he talked to his daughter the night before she went missing and she was very excited about a school project.
“She is doing a project building a robot,” he said. “She was very excited about that and then nothing.”
She was last seen wearing a white hoodie, jeans and pink running shoes and carrying a navy blue backpack and a beige cloth computer bag.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact Guelph police at 519-824-1212 ext. 7131.