Monday, Mar 10, 2014
Reward Offered in Search for Missing Hardin County Woman
SHAWNEETOWN -- The family of a missing Hardin County woman is trying a new attempt to find her. They are now offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the whereabouts of 39-year-old Chrissy Williams.
She has now been missing for nearly two weeks. With no evidence of where she could have gone or signs of her vehicle, search crews have fanned out to cover more ground. They have expanded to Gallatin County to search the route she would normally take home.
"Someone just doesn't vanish without a trace. A vehicle does not go missing where it cannot be located. Someone knows something," says Chrissy's son Dustin. "If anyone has any info. Please step forward. I am running out of time. Tomorrow at one o'clock, I have to leave to return to California to continue training with the U.S. Marine Corps."
Williams was last seen leaving a home in Rosiclare on December 2nd. She was driving her Red 2011 Ford Escape. She is described as 5' 1", 120 pounds with tattoos on her feet and one on her back. Call the Hardin County Sheriff's office if you have any information that could help.
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