Paige Gergely missing from Georgia after dropped off at school

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Paige Gergely and Jesse Quintanilla missing Braselton, Georgia

Paige Gergely, 16, from Braselton, Georgia and Jesse Quintanilla, 18, from Flowery Branch both went missing on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018.  The Hall County Sheriff’s Office believes they are together.

Paige’s grandmother posted on Facebook, “This is my granddaughter and it has been 20 days today with no word😢We are beside ourselves with worry. We miss and love her desperately. If anyone knows anything please come forward!! Please 🙏 for her safe return. Paige Gergely we love you so much😘😘 Please come home💝💝💝 we will not give up until you are home !”

Gergely was last seen wearing black scrubs and has brown hair and green eyes. She weighs about 125 pounds and is 5 feet tall.

Quintanilla has black hair and brown eyes, weighing 200 pounds and standing 5 feet 6 inches tall. No information was given by the sheriff’s office on his clothing.

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 770-536-8812.

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