UPDATE – The missing 17-year-old has been found safe, according to her mother.
No additional details have been released at this time.
SAN ANTONIO – The family of Willow Clayton has taken to social media to share a missing person flyer with details regarding her disappearance.
Willow is described by her mother, Cindy Lockhart, as being 5’4″ tall and weighing 145 pounds. She has a noticeable small circular scar between her eyebrows, which is said to be visible in photos.
According to Willow’s mother, the teenager was last seen March 12 in San Antonio and she may be with someone she met online. Little information is known to the family about the individual she is believed to be with but they do think this person is good with technology.
Her mother stated, “As of 2 p.m. [March 13] this afternoon, all of Willow’s phone calls were routed through another tower in order to hide her location. We know she received a lot of text messages from the Fort Worth area.”
Willow’s sister shared the flyer to Facebook and said that they do not think she ran away. She seemed to have left the house without intending to be gone for a long time because she did not take her wallet or pack a bag.
“She is much loved and very much missed. Willow is a quiet and shy person. She will not make eye contact, she will likely not defend herself. We need to help protect her. Please be on the lookout for our beautiful Willow,” Willow’s mother added.
Anyone with information about where Willow Clayton may be is asked to contact 512-565-7103. You can also contact local authorities if you have seen her.