A mom missing for nearly two weeks has been found safe, according to WDTN. Authorities are still working on the details, but report her car was found close to Main Street in Dayton, Ohio, outside of a cellphone store. Surveillance footage from the store captured five suspects getting out of the missing mom’s car and later, running from the store with a tablet and a cellphone. Police said the mom was not in the vehicle when the robbery occurred.
A family is pleading for answers after an Ohio mother of six girls disappeared almost two weeks ago.
WATE reports that 28-year-old Destinie Williams spoke with her mother by phone on Nov. 20 while on her way to a methadone clinic to get treatment for a drug addiction. Her mother, Birdie Williams, said her daughter called her daily, and her disappearance is completely out of character.
“She had been a drug addict for five years,” Lawson said. “She had been clean for three months. She said she was tired of it and said she didn’t want to do it anymore. So she had been going to the methadone clinic for three months and she was doing really good.”
Williams’ disappearance is eerily similar to the cases of six other women who have within the past several months, all within a 35-mile radius of Williams. Lawson said a post office worker found Williams’ cellphone on the day she disappeared, and it’s something Williams “could not live without.” A few days later, her car was found in Dayton, but no signs of Williams.
“Just call Destinie,” Lawson pleaded. “If you see this, please call. I’m begging you. We need to talk to you. We need to know you’re okay.”
[Feature Photo: Family Handout]