The dad of the Florida woman accused of traveling to Colorado to carry out a Columbine-inspired massacre urged his daughter to come home and end the family’s “bad dream,” according to reports.
The FBI said they’re searching for 18-year-old Sol Pais who reportedly flew to Denver on Monday then purchased a pump-action shotgun and ammunition — just days before the anniversary of the 1999 school shooting that killed 13 people.
Officials said the teen is “infatuated” with the 1999 school shooting and suspected of making threats.
The woman’s father, Gardi Pais, said Wednesday the family hasn’t heard from her since Sunday and that she may have a “mental problem,” according to the Daily Mail.
“Please come home,” he pleaded to his daughter. “I think she’s gonna be OK. I think maybe she has got a mental problem.”
Neighbors said the wanted woman lived with her parents and sister in Surfside, Florida.
The dad claimed Wednesday he wasn’t aware of his daughter’s whereabouts as authorities conduct a “massive manhunt” for the teen.
“It’s like a bad dream,” Pais’ father told news station WTVJ. “We don’t know, we don’t have any idea.”
Police locked the doors Wednesday at Columbine and more than 20 other schools in the Denver area as they hunt for Pais.