"North Carolina has been consistently ranked as a top 10 state for years so it is happening, sex trafficking, labor trafficking," Nagy said.
The case was reported to police Wednesday.
"It's probably not that common that they are screaming out for help because it's just so terrifying," Nagy said.
The Trafficking Task Force is investigating the case, sources said.
"If it's a trafficking situation, you want to look out for someone who is really timid and shy -- not able to speak for themselves," Nagy told WSOC-TV, adding, "They seem very fearful. They don't have any possessions on them."
The police report lists two suspects, but there has not been any more information released.