Donal Logue, star of Gotham, Terriers, and Vikings, has taken to Twitter to beg for any help or information about his missing 16-year-old daughter, Jade. She was last seen on June 26 around the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and her parents have filed a missing persons report and are working with the police and FBI to find her.

Logue describe police efforts to find her as “dogged,” but there is still no sign of her. He posted an update to Facebook and Twitter, pleading for whoever has her to let her go, no questions asked.

Donal Logue and his friends asked Twitter for help or information.

“This is my daughter, Jade,” he wrote, over a cute photo of Jade with a tiny frog on her nose. “It’s one of my favorite photos of her taken from a happier time. I love all people and have met tons, but honestly (I’m biased) there’s never been a more loving, innocent, cuddly child than Jade. I love her and who she is and her tribe is strong (I’ve met many wonderful people through Jade), but there are some predators who swim among their ranks knowing they’re dealing with sweet, trusting souls. We want you home Jade.”

He continues, “Whoever knows where she is, whoever may be with her — clearly this thing has become big and crazy. The net has been flung far and wide and luckily, I have dogged teams from the NYPD, FBI and other involved,” Logue wrote. “The point is, you may have had good intentions to help her, but realize that now it’s bigger than you could have ever anticipated. It’s okay. Just drop her off. Let her get back in touch with her mother, Kasey, or me — and we’ll take her back, with hugs and no questions asked. Contact us if you have any information regarding Jade’s disappearance or Detective Frank Liuzzi at 718-636-6547. There is an “out” for this situation that works for all involved. We promise.”

Jade’s mother, Kasey Smith, has also been posting for her daughter’s return.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children also posted an alert to Facebook, and noted that Jade might still be somewhere in Brooklyn.

Anyone with information should notify 911 or the NYPD’s Center for Missing Persons at 212-694-7782.

(Image: Facebook / Donal Logue)