Blythewood, SC (WLTX) -- Richland County Deputies are looking for Mariah Carrion who went missing on Tuesday from her father's home.
"I found a note saying that she was gone," said William Carrion.
Carrion has gone four days without seeing his daughter, Mariah.
After finding that note, he alerted deputies.
"Its one of those situation where we can't even rule out foul play at this point," Deputy Curtis Wilson said. "We're looking at every single aspect of what is going on with this case."
Carrion received full custody of Mariah from her mother just two months ago and Wilson says that's also been a factor in the search.
"With dad having full custody and mom, of course, still being in the area, it's one of those things where we have to look at that and our investigators have questioned and talked to the mother," Wilson said.
But what worries both parties is that she left without taking any medicine, which Carrion says she needs. And no one can get in contact with Mariah.
"She has her cell phone with her but her phone number has been changed so we're not real sure where she went or who she's with or how she even changed her number," Carrion said.
Deputies believe Mariah could be in West Columbia or as far as Florida. But where ever she may be, Carrion had this to say to his daughter.
"Mariah, you're loved at home. I know you have a lot of friends and family and church family and everybody's praying for you," Carrion said. "We hope you're OK where ever you are and we sure would like to see you come home, baby girl."
If you have any information on Mariah's location deputies urge you to call 911 immediately.