RAYNHAM, Mass. (WPRI) — Hundreds of people gathered outside the First Congregational Church Thursday evening to pray for 16-year-old Colleen Weaver, who’s been missing for more than a week.

Weaver is believed to be in danger and has not been heard from nor seen since she left her home last Tuesday.

“We are very concerned for her safety,” Raynham Police Chief James Donovan said. “She’s most likely wearing flip flops, leggings and a hooded sweatshirt. She has no money, she has no phone and she has no vehicle.”

Donovan said the department has received roughly 75 tips regarding Weaver’s disappearance, which is now being investigated by the FBI.

Investigators believe Weaver left with someone and may be 100 miles away from home.

Kristen Weaver, Colleen’s mother, said her daughter has a neurological disorder that makes her impulsive and trusting.

“She doesn’t sense danger very well,” she said of her daughter.

That’s why Kristen believes Colleen was lured somewhere.

“For her to leave without a trace in the middle of the night is completely out of her character,” she said.

Colleen has been officially reported missing through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. She is described as having a nose piercing, red/pink hair and could be wearing black glasses.

Anyone who knows of her whereabouts or has any information regarding her disappearance is urged to contact the Raynham Police Department at (508) 824-2717.