Ring Technology Used To Help Find Georgia Teen Kellis Smith

Kellis Smith went missing nearly two weeks ago, and the Rockdale County Police are using a video blast through the Ring doorbell app to help find her.

Kellis’s picture and a description of her physical attributes in a 30-second video went to everyone that has the Ring app on their computer or phone in the Conyers, Georgia area where Kellis was last seen.

Kellis Smith is 15 years old, is an honor student with a 3.9 GPA, and was last seen inside her home in Conyers on Memorial Day.

She is believed to still be in Conyers with a boy.

Kellis’ grandmother said she got a frantic call from her grandson on Memorial Day.

Her window was open, but she wasn’t there.

I decided to call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children after a couple of days realizing this really something serious.

We’re trying all avenues, everything we could possibly think of.

This will be another way for people out there to see her, and, um, hopefully, give us a call.

And let us know because we really want her back.

It has been successful in the past that they were able to find missing children through that.

So, um, you know, I’m old school, the technology for me is amazing.

Watch the “11 Alive” news reports below:

If you have any information about Kellis Smith or her disappearance, we urge you to call the NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or the Conyers Police Department (Georgia) at 1-770-483-6600.

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