A 15-year-old girl was last seen Friday on surveillance cameras at OU Medical Center.
Alize Becerril's phone pinged at NE 13 Street and Lottie, just down the street, but that was around 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Since then her mom, April Becerril, said it's been off, so they are unable to track it.
“Not knowing what happened to her,” Becerril explained. “That’s the worst part right now.”
Surveillance cameras from the hospital showed 15-year-old Alize on and off of elevators and outside the building late Friday afternoon.
That was after she told her sisters she was going to the bathroom while waiting for her brother to finish his appointment and never returned.
“I have no idea what happened. Of course I thought this way, or that way. Did she just try to take a walk while we were in our appointment? Did somebody pick her up on the corner when she walked outside?” Becerril asked.
Her search group from Lawton spent the weekend spreading the word, putting up missing person posters and talking with neighbors in Oklahoma City.
“Her dad and I, we’re scared. We’re worried,” she said.
The family is from Lawton, so Becerril said Alize does not know her way around the city.
And what is even more concerning to her was that Alize left without a coat, only wearing a hoodie, leggings and boots. The hoodie was a dark color with the word "PINK" on it. She was also carrying a multi-colored backpack.
April believes Alize may be in need of medication.
“We just want her to come home. Or we just want to know what happened at least to her. Maybe that’s a start,” she told News 9.
Tips continued to be given to authorities and family members over the weekend.
At last check with Becerril late Sunday evening, there was still no sign of Alize.
OU Health Sciences Center police are investigating.
Anyone with information about Alize or her whereabouts is asked to call (405) 271-4911.