Chrisandra Lea Williams -- aka Chrissy Williams -- vanished sometime Monday night. The Hardin County, Il. woman was last seen around 9:00 p.m., leaving a home in Rosiclare, but the rest of the details surrounding her case are very sparse. Nonetheless, police have publicized the idea that she could be in danger. What could have happened to this woman, and what evidence was left behind to indicate to investigators that she's in danger?
She may be driving a red 2011 Ford Escape, but the license plate isn't being released -- which is unusual when it comes to searching for missing endangered people. There also isn't much information about this woman's life online. However, she does have two separate Facebook accounts -- both public -- though one of them hasn't been active publicly since July. The other hasn't been accessed since four days ago -- so it must be her primary account. She is listed as a single woman with a child, but her social networking accounts do show that she has friended new people in the past couple of days. This could mean that these were friend requests that were sent before she vanished. Could any of these new friends have anything to do with her disappearance?
Hopefully this case doesn't end in foul play like so many other missing persons' stories. With officials declaring that Chrissy Williams may be in danger, it's hard to speculate a happy ending for this young woman.
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