EAST ORANGE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Authorities in New Jersey are offering a $10,000 reward and have enlisted the help of the FBI in the search for 14-year-old Jashyah Moore.

Police said Jashyah went missing 20 days ago in East Orange, CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reported Friday.

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Hand made posters hang at the deli where Jashyah was last seen Oct. 14.

Authorities said surveillance video shows her entering Poppies Deli on Central Avenue with an older man who paid for her items. But the video does not appear to show the two leaving together.

Authorities said the man in the video was identified and is cooperating with police.

“If anybody knows anything, please, please come forward,” said Jamie Moore, Jashyah’s mother. “My baby is going to high school. She’s a good girl.”

Moore is pleading for information about her missing daughter.

“I cannot imagine what she might be going through… just being away from us for this long,” said Moore.

According to Moore, Jashyah had picked up a few items from the store in their neighborhood, but lost her mother’s card. After returning home with the items, Jashyah set out to find the card.

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“She left to backtrack her steps. That was the last time I saw her,” Moore said through tears. “Jashyah is a smart girl, and I can’t reiterate that enough. She would not stay out, she would not go off with anyone, she’s a homebody. She plays video games, she likes to cook, she plays with her little brother, he’s like her best friend.”

The Essex County Sheriff’s Office is putting up $10,000 for information that could lead to Jashyah’s safe return.

(Credit: East Orange Police Department)

“If you even remember something vague, please just relay that information. We would really appreciate that. We have to protect Black women. We have to protect Black girls,” said Yolanda Aguilera, Jashyah’s aunt.

Police said Jashyah’s stepfather, who was arrested for domestic violence against the family, is also cooperating. But police have not connected his arrest to the teen’s disappearance.

Jashyah is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 135 pounds, last seen wearing khaki pants, a black jacket and black boots.

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The FBI, New Jersey State Police and East Orange Police Department are working together to find the teen. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 877-847-7432 or 973-266-5041. Tips can be made anonymously.

Aundrea Cline-Thomas