The parents of a missing 11-year-old girl have made an emotional plea for help in their search for her.

In a Facebook post Monday, their daughter, Jasmine, was reported missing in Kansas City, Missouri, on Monday, March 10.

She left her mother’s home at 3 a.m. on Monday morning, according to the Kansas City Star.

On Tuesday, a family friend who asked not to be identified told ABC News Jasmine was reported to be home with her grandparents.

She was expected to return to Kansas City on Tuesday.

Her parents are still searching for her and want answers.

Jasmine’s grandmother, Melissa Stoddard, told ABC affiliate KSDK that they believe her daughter went to the wrong place.

“I just want my daughter home,” she said.

“She just needs someone to talk to and help her find her.

We want her back.”

Stoddard told KSDKS that Jasmine may have left the house in the early morning hours to get to her grandmother’s home.

Stoddards grandmother said Jasmine told her she wanted to get her grandmother a car.

“It’s like she was tired, she was in pain,” she told KSTV.

Stoddards granddaughter said she is hoping someone can help find Jasmine and help people understand how much Jasmine has suffered.

“We’re just trying to make sure she gets the help she needs,” she added.