An Amber Alert is out Wednesday for a missing 16-year-old girl from Mason County.
Viviana Gaspar-Guerrero may have been abducted from the bedroom of her Shelton home Tuesday night by an unknown male.
Police discovered the screen to the girl's window was cut and obvious signs that a struggle took place, both inside and outside her room.
Police do not have any suspects or descriptions yet. FBI agents are assisting with the investigation.
Gaspar-Guerrero's parents reported her missing after they woke up this morning and found her empty room. She was last seen around 10:00 p.m. before they went to sleep.
Extremely worried about their daughter, Gaspar-Guerrero's parents said they have no reason to think Viviana ran away or ran off with someone. They said she is a good student wasn't cross with them.
Tearfully, her father pleaded for help in the case.
"Everybody out there who knows Viviana, if she's out there, could they please let us know," he said. "I just want her home safely. We love her."
Gaspar-Guerrero is described as a Hispanic female, about 5-feet 2-inches tall, 128 pounds with brown eyes and black hair past her shoulders.
She was believed to have been wearing black shorts and a black top.
Gaspar-Guerrero is entering her junior year at Shelton High School.
Police have staged themselves at the family's home on the 3200 block of West Martin Road, located about nine miles west of Shelton, searching for more clues to her disappearance.
The screen to her bedroom window still hangs against the side of the house.
If you have seen Viviana Gaspar-Guerrero call 911 or the Mason County Sheriff's Office at 360-427-9670.
Details will be posted throughout the day.