#MISSING: Jaquarious Kendall, 18 - Stanly County, NORTH CAROLINA

Search crews in Stanly County spent Monday trying to find a missing high school senior. Jaquarious Kendall, 18, was last seen by his family at 1 a.m. Sunday.

Crews with the Stanly County Sheriff's Office combed the woods and banks of Lake Tillery Monday.

"Have a boat on the water with sonar checking the water depth," said Sheriff George Burris, "We're gonna keep looking until we find something out."

Jaquarious' family stood nearby as the team planned their searches near the George Harrison Bridge.

His mother Rhonda Wiggins hopes her son is somewhere safe.

"Please call me, please tell me mommy, 'I'm OK.' Please walk through those doors," said Rhonda Wiggins.

Investigators found Kendall's car near the bridge at a pull-off area. Wiggins said her son wouldn't usually go there.

"Just an all around great kid. He's loved by everyone in this family. He had a great future ahead of him," said Wiggins.

As crews continued to search for any sign of the missing teenager, family members stood by Lake Tillery waiting for news.

"All I want is answers. Right now I'm not getting those answers," said Wiggins.
If you have any information about this missing persons case, call the Stanly County Sheriff's Office at (704) 986-3700.

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