An Amber Alert has been issued as authorities search for a 14-year-old Live Oak girl who may have been kidnapped, authorities said.
Elvia Flores of Live Oak was reported missing on Monday morning. Police say they have no reason to be suspicious of the story told by a friend who said they were both kidnapped.
Officials said Flores and a friend were dropped off near Live Oak High School, in Sutter County by Flores' mother.
Flores' friend said as they walked toward the school, a group of men in a vehicle pulled up, grabbed both of them and drove away.
The men then dropped off Flores' friend in Glenn County, but kept Flores, investigators said. The friend told investigators she woke up in an open field about 63 miles from campus. A California Highway Patrol officer picked up the girl and brought her to the Orland Police Department, where her parents picked her up.
Authorities said the friend told them about the kidnapping. She said she didn't know how see got to the field.
Sheriff's officials said it appears the girls were last seen walking at about 8:30 a.m., about a half hour after classes begin at the high school.
Flores is described as a Hispanic girl, 5 feet 2 inches tall, 110 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white shirt, blue jeans and white shoes.
The men who allegedly abducted the girls were described as Hispanic. One of the men was seen wearing a black T-shirt, black hat with orange or red letters spelling "Nor-Cal." There were no further descriptions on the rest of the group.
Authorities said the group was possibly driving a brown, large, four-door sedan with an unknown license plate number.
Anyone who has seen the missing girl or group may contact the Sutter County Sheriff's Department at 530-822-7307.
KCRA.com contributed to this report.