Cops: Missing Florida girl Caitlyn Frisina may be with high school soccer coach

Police are searching for a missing northern Florida teen who is believed to be with a high school soccer coach, reports CBS affiliate WJAX.

17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina is believed to have left her home in Columbia County voluntarily sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning and was reported missing by her parents, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators tell the station she is believed to be with 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez, the head boy's soccer coach at Fort White High School, where Frisina is a student and reportedly plays on the girls' soccer team.

The missing teen's mother Scarlet Frisina told News4Jax Rodriguez has coached her daughter in the past and described him as a longtime family friend.

Police said in a missing persons report they obtained a text message the girl sent to a friend that indicates she is with Rodriguez and that there "may be a relationship" between Frisina and the coach.