UPDATE: Missing Georgia girl found safe in Colorado

Photos courtesy: CSP/Canton PD

The teen missing from Georgia has been found safe in Colorado.

A citizen called 911 when they saw Mayci Olschewske's information on a missing person post and recognized the vehicle she was driving. Idaho Springs police were able to stop the vehicle and identify Mayci Olschewske as the driver.

Her family has been notified and she is safe.

The Colorado State Patrol says a missing teen from Georgia may be in Colorado.

The Canton Police Department in Georgia is asking for the public's help in locating 16-year-old Mayci Olschewske. She was last seen leaving her home in Georgia at about 8 a.m. on Aug. 31. She never made it to school. On Wednesday, the Colorado State Patrol tweeted she may be in the Denver area.

Mayci is about 5-foot-5 and 135 pounds, has green eyes and blonde hair. She was driving a white 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe, pictured at the bottom of this article, with Support Wildlife license plate number WPQ-909. There is a dent in the front passenger side of the vehicle and a rainbow-colored crocheted steering wheel cover. A "Neck Deep" sticker and "Teach Peace" sticker are also on her vehicle.

If you've seen Mayci, please call 911 or Detective Tom Priest with the Canton Police Department at 770-720-4883.