Her parents say Naketa had no reason to run away.
“I know in my heart that she didn’t run away,” Sharon said. “Someone have her and whoever have her is holding her against her will.”
Naketa’s father, Michael, says he can’t eat or sleep.
“Every time I put down my head, I hear her screaming in my head,” he said.
On Saturday morning, Naketa’s family plans to hand out flyers in the area near the bus stop and along the path she would’ve taken home.
The family is also hoping a business owner or homeowner might have surveillance video that shows her walking.
Her parents says Naketa has lots of stuff on her plate.
“She was looking forward to go to college,” he mother said.
Sharon said Naketa is focused on taking her SAT’s and finishing her senior year at South Broward High School where she is a top student. Her parents say she just had a job interview and was excited about a voice lesson this weekend.
On Friday her mother shared her agony with radio listeners, hoping someone would step forward with information about Naketa’s whereabouts.
“Please, please we just want her to come home, we just want her to come,” Sharon said.
Naketa’s parents say that last year a man in a car stalked their daughter several times as she walked home from the bus stop. Police have not said if that played a role in her disappearance.
One of Naketa’s last messages came on Twitter. Her friend Quinton Laurent said on Wednesday afternoon Naketa tweeted that she was on her way home.
“When I saw that she said she was going home, that made me — that’s when I started to feel worried,” Laurent said.
Her parents are beyond worried. They’re fearful of what’s happened to their beloved daughter.
“I’m trying not to even think of what she’s going through right now,” Sharon said. “I can’t even think it.”
If you know where Naketa is or have any information about her disappearance, call the Miramar Police Department.